Tunes Of The Month – Hottest Tracks Of March 2024

These are the songs that shaped our month, from work to the club, and back.

MIAMI. MUSIC. WEEK. BABY. March is quite an interesting month for the Dance world. Neverending days and nights of pool parties, dancing at Space, watching the palm trees with a drink in hand, and, well, a little gathering called Ultra Music Festival. Everything happens in March, and everything happened in MMW as well with the climate not behaving as a good child. Of course, the city and the scene surfed through the gushes and the rain like pros and kept partying from Tuesday to Sunday regardless.

For all that new music shaping the Dance scene and which we had the pleasure to encounter, we’ve decided to make a little recap highlighting those tunes we can’t get out of our heads. So please sit back, put on your best set of headphones, and read on, as we unveil our top tracks of the Miami-devoted month of 2024.

5. Chris Avantgarde & Kevin de Vries — Killa [UNRELEASED]

Genre(s): Tech House
Release Date: N/A
Mood(s): Groovy, Tense

One of the hardest, toughest, most lemon-face-inducing IDs of the month came by the hand of veteran collaborators Chris Avantgarde and Kevin de Vries. The pair, while separately crushing the entire Dance scene with their own projects, have come together for tracks such as ‘Mind Control’ and a remix of the incredibly popular track ‘Mwaki’ by Zerb and Sofiya Nzau. This one, an upcoming release on John Summit’s Experts Only imprint — if we connected the dots properly anyway —, sees the pair come through with a more powerful track than ever before, known for now as ‘Killa‘. Spot it as the opening track of the below-attached set of John on a Summit.

4. Anyma & Chris Avantgarde — Eternity (Massano Remix)

Genre(s): Melodic Techno
Release Date: March 29th, 2024
Mood(s): Epic, Energetic

Given a name for the first time during the Afterlife tour through South America, Massano turned to remixing duties on one of Anyma‘s hit tracks of 2023, ‘Eternity‘. To say we heard it a ton over the month, particularly during MMW, would be an understatement. And with god reason. Massano’s take grabs the original version and completes it with more unpredictable left and right turns, all while upping the thumpiness of the beat to new levels. Don’t open a Melodic Techno set with this.

3. Rebūke — Along Came Polly (Konstantin Sibold, CARMEE & ZAC Remix) [UNRELEASED]

Genre(s): Melodic Techno
Release Date: N/A
Mood(s): Energetic, Sexy

The original ‘Along Came Polly‘ — the song, not the movie — came out half a decade ago. And the remix is not out yet, nor has it been provided a public release date. But we did hear it a bunch over these past weeks, enough times to cut into our list and take the bronze medal. Honestly, the energy of the remixers is such that, by the time you’ve noticed, you will probably have listened to it enough times to justify its third place as well.

2. The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition (John Summit & Silver Panda Remix)

Genre(s): Tech House
Release Date: January 26th, 2024
Mood(s): Groovy, Happy

I mean, it’s the perfect slap of nostalgia, in the perfect Tech House style that doesn’t turn repetitive, and the ideal singalong for the month of Miami. It’s the optimal amount of cheese. ‘Sweet Disposition‘ is a track we all know and love — I hope —, and Miami kept that bar sky high. John Summit and Silver Panda? You cannot go wrong.

Honourable Mentions

As every month, there was a ton of new material which, even though didn’t make the cut into our list, shouldn’t be overlooked. This month, though, we can’t really share the ungodly amount of music we loved, and so, a really good summary of everything is to take a look into the Ultra Miami sets already up on YouTube. You can go through the entirety of April listening to these!

1. Sharam – PATT (Party All The Time) (Adam Beyer, Layton Giordani & Green Velvet Remix)

Genre(s): Techno (Peak Time)
Release Date: April 5th, 2024 [CONFIRMED]
Mood(s): Banging, Happy

Re-claiming its golden medal, the trophy, the champagne, and everything else, is ‘PATT‘. If it was everywhere in January, you can only begin to imagine how many plays this excellent Peak Time Techno rendition of the 2006 hit, 80s-nodding track got. In simple words, there are fewer grains of sand on a beach than supports of this track throughout March. Coming out TOMORROW, check out the otherworldly work of three legends coming together for, arguably, the remix of the year so far. 1:18:50 for all yous.

Final Words

What are your top tunes from last month? Which artists are you most excited about for April? Did we miss any tracks? We’re eagerly waiting for what’s to come these next couple of days. Be sure to follow our page to stay up to date on the latest news and views regarding EDM!