My Favorite Techno Songs

I’ve been listening to quite a bit of techno recently, or Electronica for the fanboys who would like to ream me for calling it Techno, so I thought I’d keep track of my favorite tunes so all of you could enjoy them too 🙂

I hope you like them as much as I do.

This first song is by DJ Chuckie and the song is called Let the Bass Kick. I love the beat of this song. It reminds a lot of Benny Benassi and now that I’ve just remembered one of my favorite songs from him, I’ve posted it right after this song.

Check out this very dance-worthy song from Benny Benassi. The first time I heard this song was in White Chicks with the Wayans brothers. The song came up when the really big guy, also the Dad in Everyone Hates Chris, was dancing in the club all crazy.

Growling Mad Scientists, more commonly known as GMS, is a great psychadelic trance group that puts out some awesome tunes. Check out this song to get an idea of the type of music they put together. This gives off the perfect club vibe.

A song anyone who listens to Electronica should know is Smack My Bitch Up by Prodigy. You might remember this video from the days of MTV when they actually showed music videos. Of course it only came on really late at night because of the adult nature of it. This video is not safe for work.

Pop the Glock is a catchy beat from Felix da Housecat remixed by Pink Enemy. This song has so many different sounds in it, it’s really amazing. I would definitely recommend checking out all of Felix’s stuff if you like house music and electroclash.

If this song from VNC Nation didn’t have vocals it really wouldn’t be much of a song, but it does have vocals so this song is awesome.

Here’s a mellow hardstyle beat from David Sonar. This is one of those songs you won’t be able to get out of your head.

And the list wouldn’t be complete without some dubstep thrown in. This is the Flux Pavilion remix of Cracks by the Freestylers.

If you’ve got any songs you’d like to add to the list, please post them in the comments below. I’d love to hear them.

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