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Top ten for July from Eli Escobar and Kim Anh featuring Ron Trent, Sensory Productions, Paramida, Komo B and more.

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Eli Escobar is the quintessential New York City DJ. A devoted collector, explorer and connoisseur of all kinds of music stemming from hip-hop roots. He is widely well-respected in the New York club circuit after over two decades of mutual love for the city and its club scene. With releases on labels like Phonica, Strictly Rhythm, & Classic Music Co, Escobar rarely steps out of his four-four beat. 

Kim Anh has crafted a sound that is uniquely her own. She has produced and written a diverse catalogue of music including collaborations with other well-known dance artists such as Roy Davis Jr., Juan Maclean, Massimiliano Pagliara, Peaches, Oliver, Joyce Muniz and Grammy-nominated artist Sam Sparro. Dubbed by Thump as “LA’s club queen”, Kim Anh has become an underground staple. She continues to make her mark on Los Angeles’ nightlife, fundraising for the LGBTQ+ community, maintaining solid residencies and producing events. 

The pair collaborated on their latest release ‘Take Me’ from a two-track EP exploring electronic sub-cultures. ‘Take Me’ borders on melancholic Italo house sounds, which Eli beautifully complements with caressing vocals from Kim.

Eli and Kim’s ‘Take Me’ is available to buy and stream on Beatport.

Chart position: 1.

Ron Trent

The Meaning

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Chart position: 2.

Sensory Productions

Deep Instrospection

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Chart position: 3.

Paramida

Sailor Moon House

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Chart position: 4.

Headhigh + Virginia

Blind

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Chart position: 5.

Komo B

Orbit

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Chart position: 6.

Love Club

Das Rote Haar

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Chart position: 7.

Michelle Manetti

Cabin Fever

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Chart position: 8.

Gensi

Primavera 707 (Decius Remix)

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Chart position: 9.

Queer On Acid

Take Me (Fear E’s Juno What Mix)

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Chart position: 10.

Club Eat

Lucky

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