Best tracks of 2019: Maceo Plex, Nick Curly and many more

2019 was a fantastic year. We saw two new releases by Eric Sharp on HMWL label including remixes by Pandhora, Urmet K and SOAME. Our Soundcloud channel grew to 32,000 followers and Youtube will be hitting 20,000 before the end of the year. Our Spotify playlists Burning Man Organica, Melodic House and Techno, Afro House, Ibiza Sunset Lounge and House Music With Love passed a total volume of 12,000 followers.

But we also need to give praise to the artists that has delivered some of the best techno, deephouse and tech house tunes of 2019. The so called future classics of dance music.

First out is Maceo Plex with When The Lights are Out. Released on his own Ellum label the track blends the dark melodic techno buildup with a refreshing 80s disco vocal funk cut.


Second out is Nick Curly. The Cecile label boss and globetrotter DJ Nick Curly returns to Warung Records with Watch Nick Curly РDunga! a slow burner tech house bomb that will set any dancefloor on fire.

Brooklyn based producer Brian Cid is in number three with Nebulae released on Supernature records. Brian tops up his excellent discography on labels like Balance music, Lost & Found and Get Physical.

To be completed by the end of the year.

About Alex Esser:

DJ, surfer and entrepreneur residing in Malmö, Sweden. HMWL label daddy. My music network is always open. Holler at

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