HomeEditorialThe Bangin Beats’ Top 10 Tracks Of July 2017! Rajrishi Murthi July 31, 2017 Editorial, List What a month it has been for music! While June saw some stunning releases from the likes of Bassnectar, KSHMR, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris, Arjun Vagale, Tejas and many more, July has been a humongous month for music fans around the world! With the likes of Skrillex, Hardwell, KSHMR, Cirez D who put on a spectacular show, we were also treated to some real gems from Indian collective Jwala. As the month comes to an end, join us as we take a look at the Top 10 Releases of July 2017. Tchami feat. Luke James – World To Me For his second release of 2017, Martin Bresso aka Tchami shared his single ‘World To Me‘ to the world earlier this month! Featuring guest vocals by Luke James, the long awaited tune is a breezy, summer-ready jam which sees tropical house elements perfectly blend into his own progressive groove. While it certainly might not be his most unique effort till date, Tchami still scores on the track’s infectious hooks. Debo – Panchali Indian collective Jwala has been making some serious waves over the past two months. Comprised of some of the country’s most innovative talents, they have already released two compilations and hope to grow even more in the coming days! After the recent release of their most recent compilation ‘Flame of the Forest‘, it is safe to say they are the ones to watch out for. And while it’s an incredibly hard task to pick one favourite out of the lot, Pune-based producer Debojyoti Sanyal aka Debo’s ‘Panchali’ truly deserves a place on our list. Starting off simply led by melodies and rhythms, before being blanketed by layer upon layer of complexity as they progress, the track plays out as one of the most unique compositions from Jwala’s latest body of work. San Holo feat. James Vincent McMorrow – The Future Dutch producer San Holo returned to action earlier this month with ‘The Future‘ featuring James Vincent McMorrow. A stellar new tune which boasts of an exceptional vocal performance courtesy the Irish singer/songwriter, infectious guitar melodies kick off the proceedings before hints of electronic sounds and soaring vocals lead towards a pop-leaning future bass drop. As the energy continues to peak, the track hits smoother pastures before you know it. A second round of the dreamy concoction of sounds which once again sweeps away listeners, his latest is a true masterpiece. Oliver Huntemann – Rotlicht Earlier this month, Senso Sounds bossman Oliver Huntemann dropped the stunning lead single ‘Rotlicht’ from his upcoming album ‘Propaganda‘. Beginning with subtle and tension building drum pattern, the track starts catching up on various techno elements to form an epic exploration of sinister patterns of sound. The multiple build-ups and releases especially the second one provide for a hypnotic experience of maximum adrenaline push. Hardwell & KAAZE & Jonathan Mendelsohn – We Are Legends The first single off Hardwell‘s recently released ‘Hardwell & Friends‘ EP Vol. 01, the highly anticipated ‘We Are Legends‘ in collaboration with KAAZE and Jonathan Mendelsohn was finally unleashed upon us this month. Having been previewed by the Dutch heavyweight in 2016, the track is the perfect mainstage banger with its anthemic synth hooks, hard hitting bassline and Mendelsohn’s addictive vocals. KSHMR & Maurice West – Festival Of Lights KSHMR had a spectacular month indeed! Following the announcement of his own Dharma imprint and his latest ‘Materia’ EP, the LA-based producer unveiled the lead single ‘Festival Of Lights‘ off his upcoming project. A brand new collaboration with rising talent Maurice West, his latest effort is yet another crowd smasher! As the track kicks off with female vocal chants accompanied by orchestral melodies featuring signature Indian influences, pounding synths and colossal kicks soon take over for a tremendous buildup. Leading towards an extravagant, fist bumping drop, this one is en route to becoming a favourite amongst festival audiences. Zeds Dead x Illenium – Where The Wild Things Are In July, two of the most prolific bass music entities, Zeds Dead and Illenium decided to join forces for the heavy duty number “Where The Wild Things Are”. The track opens with strong vocals and a deep bassline which makes it an instant goosebumps-fest. On the drops, both the artists’ styles shine with quirky dubstep growls and silky future bass sounds. It’s quite clear (and audible) with this amazing piece of music that great things happen when artists such as these two join forces. Theo Schmitt – The Game (Lunar Plane Remix) Earlier this month, we were treated to the stunning remix of the brilliant track ‘The Game‘ by Theo Schmitt courtesy rising duo Lunar Plane. A powerful production effort which shines through, the progressive-house influenced take on the track is a thrilling, mysterious ride which strikes the perfect balance between rich melodies and its darker counterparts. Accompanied by solid basslines and sturdy kicks, the track keeps listeners on the edge till the end with its engrossing composition. Cirez D – The Accuser Finishing off an eventful July on a high note, Eric Prydz decided to unleash his latest monster titled ‘The Accuser‘ courtesy his Cirez D alter ego on the final day of the month. A dark, hypnotic tune which builds aggressively before leading towards a pounding techno drop, his latest might just be prove to be one of 2017’s most lethal techno weapons. Skrillex feat. Poo Bear – Won’t You Ever Taking the crown for this month is none other than Skrillex himself. After dropping ‘Chicken Soup’ with Habstrakt in May, Skrillex returned with his brand new single ‘Would You Ever‘ earlier last week. Joining forces with Poo Bear, his latest joint effort is a gorgeous, upbeat number which blend his signature production sensibilities with a radio-friendly outlook for a solid outing. Bear’s first solo single in collaboration with Sonny himself also sees the OWSLA boss man take on a different route. With some of his most renowned styles placed at the heart of the new track, he treats listeners to a groovy, commercial house jam led by the singer’s infectious vocals.