DJs on the tracks they are questioned about the most

Key takeaways: 

  • From Thai hip-jump to UK bad-to-the-bone, five DJs let us know the tracks that most reliably get swarms inquiring: ‘What’s this tune?’
  • The track I generally get some information about is this UK no-nonsense tune by a craftsman called Combative. I found them using Bandcamp.

Their tunes are called Untitled, and this is the third tune on an Untitled EP.

I’ve concluded that this track has turned into my hymn; it’s so euphoric; I generally play it as my last tune. I shut my set at Dekmantel in Amsterdam with it this year.

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I was wearing a Netherlands football shirt, and I took it off and swung it around because I was having a great time.

It was my Chloe Kelly second. I played it once before [American DJs] Eris Drew and Octo Octa in Australia, and they got some information about it. They said they love euphoric tracks like this since something doesn’t add up about them; they summon local area and concordance. Be that as it may, regardless of whether you’re not strange, it’s an extremely cherishing tune – and love is a widespread language.

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