House music is BACK! It never really left or went anywhere – the creativity, the potency, the magic is at an all-time high. 2018 served as an amazing year for house fans, with new and bright talents emerging contributing to a consistent array of massive tunes. With numerous anthems adding to the cause, we compiled a list of some of the top 25 House records that were released this year.
Run the Trap’s Top 25 House Tracks Of 2018 | SoundCloud Playlist
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25. Energy 52 – Cafe Del Mar (Tale Of Us ‘Renaissance’ Remix)
Although many would argue this massive techno rendition has no place on a house list, we couldn’t ignore the magnitude displayed by Tale Of Us. Causing a giant eruption in the house scene, their special ‘renaissance’ remix to the classic “Cafe Del Mar” was an outright anthem in 2018. Give it a listen, you’ve probably heard it in countless sets by now.
24. Malaa x Noizu – Music Sounds Better With You
Sampling the all-time classic Stardust single “Music Sounds Better With You” is a giant task. Though, to no surprise, house music assailants Malaa and Noizu gave the record a nasty rendition.
23. DJ Snake & Mercer – Let’s Get Ill
After receiving a major debut on Ultra Miami’s mainstage, this giant collab left fans in awe. Seeing DJ Snake collide with french companion Mercer on “Let’s Get Ill” was a huge deal, and after giving this anthem a listen you’ll understand why.
22. Zonderling x Don Diablo – No Good
After a tremendous year for both parties, Zonderling and Don Diablo revealed “No Good.” Giving fans a wavey future house hit, this track circulated numerous DJ sets all year long.
21. Win and Woo – Satisfied
Win and Woo left a mark with their uplifting single “Satisfied.” Leaving you in high spirits, the infectious record has been serving smiles for some time now.
20. Hotel Garuda – One Reason (ft. Imad Royal & Kiah Victoria)
Hotel Garuda‘s solo instance begins now and “One Reason” let us all know the project isn’t going anywhere for a long time.
19. Party Pupils – Love Me For The Weekend (ft. Ashe & MAX)
We all fell in love with Party Pupil‘s “Love Me For The Weekend.” The instant connection cannot leave us any more infatuated and this single will continue to see success for months to come.
18. Chris Lake – Turn Off The Lights (ft. Alexis Roberts)
‘Unless you’ve been living under a rock, Chris Lake cannot cease to amaze us all. “Turn Off The Lights” showed a glimpse of experimentation we’ve longed to hear from the producer.
17. Martin Garrix – High On Life (ft. Bonn)
Arguably one of the best progressive house anthems to come in 2018, Martin Garrix unleashed “High On Life.” Its infectious melody will have you overwhelming with energy.
16. AU/RA x Camelphat – Panic Room
Dominating Spotify streams as well as tracklist nods, Camelphat‘s touch up of AU/RA‘s hit single “Panic Room” remained a house music staple in 2018.
15. SNBRN & Autograf – Move All Night (ft. Kole)
SNBRN & Autograf teamed up for an outright irresistible record. “Move All Night” features a sensual vocal line that’ll nourish your soul for quite an enjoyable experience.
14. Wolfgang Gartner x K?D – Banshee
“Banshee” marked the return of the iconic Wolfgang Gartner. Surprising fans with a collaboration featuring K?D, the past meets the future on this hectic electro-house banger.
13. Tchami – Shades (ft. Donnie Sloan & Ricky Ducati)
In just 2 months, Tchami has left listeners incapacitated with this silky smooth record. “Shades” is the ultimate ‘lose yourself’ type track. Never failing to put you in the mood, this single is a sure shot for any house head’s playlist this year.
12. Benny Blanco – I Found You (with Calvin Harris)
Bringing back his eclectic vocals, Calvin Harris didn’t shy away at the chance to jump on this contagious single with Benny Blanco. “I Found You” offers the ultimate feel-good record that you didn’t know you were waiting for.
11. Valentino Khan – Lick It
Briefly looking at 1001tracklists.com, it was apparent that “Lick It” was every DJ’s go to weapon for their sets this year. Valentino Khan once again delivers another promising house anthem.
10. GTA & Dillon Francis & Wax Motif – I Can’t Hold On (ft. Anna Lunoe)
With that much talent on one record are you surprised this made it to our list? At #10 GTA enlists Dillon Francis, Wax Motif, and Anna Lunoe for the addictive “I Can’t Hold On.”
9. ZHU & Tame Impala – My Mind
ZHU & Tame Impala brought one of the most surprising collaborations of the year. Catching us all off guard, “My Mind” still delivered liveliness in the hearts of many dance music fanatics.
8. Disclosure – Moonlight
“Moonlight” commenced the rigorous comeback of Disclosure. Dropping a bombshell onto the state of electronic music, Disclosure came at us full speed and neither of us saw this coming.
7. Deadmau5 – Monophobia (ft. Rob Swire)
Given their history, Deadmau5 and Rob Swire teaming up once again is a huge deal. Nonetheless, they didn’t fail to impress with “Monophobia.” The lighthearted single seamlessly fell right into our hearts.
6. JAUZ & DJ Snake – Gassed Up
This anthem absolutely tore up any festival or club setting it was witnessed in. Wreaking havoc all year, these two superstars in JAUZ & DJ Snake delivered one of the best DJ tools of 2018 with “Gassed Up.”
5. Virtual Self – Ghost Voices
“Ghost Voices” is one of the most recognizable tracks on our list. After a hint of that melody, you’ll most likely relive all the joyous moments this record has brought to your life. Virtual Self‘s arrival in 2018 was massive and this single is a huge reason why. This also was nominated for a Grammy.. in case you needed any more convincing.
4. JOYRYDE & Skrillex – AGEN WIDA
Do we really need to explain much here? JOYRYDE & Skrillex unleashed their long-awaited collab “AGEN WIDA.” In just a couple of months, this banger has erupted like no other.
3. Silk City – Electricity (ft. Dua Lipa)
At #3 on our list, Diplo & Mark Ronson‘s project Silk City couldn’t have a more memorable start than with “Electricity.” Enlisting Dua Lipa for the single, this record immediately blew us all away with its 90’s house influence. The explosion of this record was good enough to turn into an instant radio hit along with a Grammy nomination.
2. Calvin Harris – One Kiss (ft. Dua Lipa)
Dua Lipa is so good, right? This time, sharing her talents with Calvin Harris, “One Kiss” brought us a tasteful and darker club record. Deeply rooted for any occasion, this hit-single delivers an irresistible aroma that makes it so addicting.
1. FISHER – Losing It
This track honestly needs no introduction. You know it, we know it. What has gone from a rager at the festivals has propelled to a Grammy nomination. Seeing success that no one saw coming, FISHER’s “Losing It” reigns supreme against any record in 2018. Arguably the biggest anthem to release in the year, there’s a rumor that we f**kin love it!
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