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Top ten December tunes from Slam featuring Slam and Amelie Lens, Antigone, Geerson and more.

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Head honchos of the legendary Soma Records and techno protagonists Slam have been busy over the last year.

Not only have the duo made a monumental return to the dancefloor, curating and playing at their legendary Pressure parties and Glasgow’s Riverside Festival, but this year has seen the birth of their latest project: Louder Than Chaos.

The five-part release series brings together friends, colleagues and contemporaries normally only seen at airports or festivals, under a completely different set of circumstances, allowing for a purposeful connection in a time of disconnect.

Volumes 1 – 3 of the series are out now on digital and vinyl, featuring some of the biggest names in techno.

📷  Michael Hunter

Chart position: 1.

Slam & Amelie Lens

Construct

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Chart position: 2.

Andreas Kraemer & Shadym

Control (Original Mix)

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SoundCloud

Chart position: 3.

The Exaltics

One Direct Line

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Chart position: 4.

P.E.A.R.L.

The Purpose

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Chart position: 5.

BRÄLLE

Higher Powers (SlugoS Remix)

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Chart position: 6.

Antigone

Please Repeat (Original Mix)

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Chart position: 7.

Geerson

Crazy with the All Squad (Blicz Remix)

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Chart position: 8.

Slam + Rebekah

Believe In The Night (Original Mix)

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Chart position: 9.

Jerm

Pleasure In The Pain

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Chart position: 10.

Lucas Martins

Tsukuyomi

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6th December, 2021

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