Dance Music Clean 2022

dance music clean 2022

Dance music has never felt more alive and vital. From reinvented hits from the 1970s to brand-new tracks remade for 2022, these tunes will get your feet tapping!

Eliza Rose brought an innovative touch to noughties house music with her infectious club track “B.O.T.A.” It quickly went beyond dance floors and TikTok virality to become part of wedding reception playlists as well.

1. Eliza Rose – “B.O.T.A.”

After an impressive year on the Official Charts, Ed Sheeran’s Bad Habits became the year’s biggest success, reaching 1.18 million chart units. However, Eliza Rose and producer Interplanetary Criminal’s debut track B.O.T.A (Badest Of Them All) became one of the fastest selling singles of 2022 with 94,000 first week chart units sold – becoming 2022’s fastest selling single based solely on sales.

Jeanie Crystal’s music video celebrates Hackney’s vibrant nightlife scene – an area resistant to modernisation and gentrification – by featuring local creatives such as model Novaya Shey, drag icon Sharon Le Grand, Vogue Ball founder Taboo, speaker Sakeema Peng Crook, drag and performance artist Wet Mess, among many others. Shot on a tight budget of “love and lip-gloss”, Rose’s stunningly seductive vocals fit seamlessly with the track’s 4×4 beat and subtle nod towards one renowned Lewis Caroll story by subconsciously nodding towards it all the while paying homage in some subtle way a popular story by her performance of Rose’s track which merges Funk and R&B together into something truly great.

2. John Summit – “La Danza”

John Summit has amassed an impressive net worth through a combination of music sales, streaming revenue, DJ bookings, production work, endorsements, investments, real estate purchases, merchandise sales and sync fees. His story serves as a reminder that success can be reached through hard work and dedication to your craft.

Dance music has long been an expression of contemporary life; and this trend can be seen through 2022’s most popular songs that spread infectious beats and rhythms around the globe.

Eliza Rose captured the year’s youthful vibrancy with her infectious, club cut “B.O.T.A” that channeled noughties-era nostalgia, becoming an unexpected hit and earning virality on TikTok as well as topping the U.K. Singles Chart — becoming the first solo female dance hit since 1994!

Dom Dolla took tech house to another level with “Miracle Maker.” Featuring intricate details worthy of his esteemed label Defected and Clementine Dougles’ captivating vocals, this track made an essential summer playlist item.

Sofi Tukker captured the year’s mood perfectly with their lively “Summer in New York.” Producers kept things exciting by mixing grit and glamour together with infectious beats; this summer anthem became essential listening. – H.L

3. ESSEL – “Bubblegum”

If you haven’t experienced ESSEL’s captivating musical seduction yet, here is your opportunity. The UK producer continues her unstoppable run with this vibrant and bubbly house banger that will turn any dance floor into a hot club. With catchy vocal hooks and sublime piano chords providing feel-good vibes while an upbeat bassline shows her production prowess.

ESSEL’s debut release on Toolroom Records demonstrated her talent for crafting infectious vocal dance music, and it appears she’s only just begun. Her latest effort “Bubblegum,” is an exuberant number with old-school influences that boasts an infectious melody and fantastic vocal delivery from this rising star. With such an irresistibly catchy production featuring catchy melodies and brilliant vocal delivery from an accomplished vocalist ESSEL is sure to become another smash hit!

As Miami Winter Music Conference moves into another year, Toolroom presents its annual compilation showcasing why Mark Knight remains at the forefront of mainstream club music. This eclectic compilation showcases some of the finest underground dance anthems ever written, such as Jay Vegas’ disco dub take on label boss Mark Knight and Lukas Setto’s “Get With You Tonight”, Ilyus & Barrientos’ remix of Eskuche’s “Perfect Division”, Danny Howard’s jazzy main room techno track “Next To Me”, Rauschaus and Peer Kusiv’s sensuous progressive house track “Mesopotamia”, among many more. Plus two full-length DJ mixes from KC Lights and Leo Stannard: Armand Van Helden and Vincent Caira’s smooth soulful vocal deep house collaboration “Cold Light”, as well as Chicago resident Anthony Attalla’s jazzy house track “Don’t Stop”.

4. Mochakk – “Jealous”

As much as it’s become a cliche to say that dance music spans across an abundance of genres, it remains true. So it is refreshing when producers like Mochakk can bring back its roots by producing club tracks which work just as well for Ibiza beachside sessions as warehouse parties in New York City.

Since Mochakk debuted an unreleased ID version of “Jealous” during a livestream DJ set this year, it has quickly become one of the signature tracks in his DJ sets and part of our dance music clean 2022 playlist. Based on Loleatta Holloway’s 1977 classic ‘Dreamin,’ Mochakk’s rendition includes its trademark frenzied drum rolls, crashing hi-hats and disorienting reverb.

Eliza Rose made waves this year with her debut single B.O.T.A, an uptempo club track from the late noughties that recalls club music of years past. The track marked an important step forward for Rose as its lyrics about ghosting in today’s dating app era made it the first Hot Dance/Electronic Songs No. 1 written, produced and performed solely by female artist.

The track marks the lead-off single from her full-length album due out later this year via CircoLoco Records – an imprint of Rockstar Games – further solidifying that this young prodigy should be watched closely.

5. Yune Pinku – “Athletes”

Beyonce’s soulful “Break My Soul” and Tiesto’s catchy “Money” both showcase dance music’s ability to delight listeners, with distinct rhythms capturing its energy and intoxicating feel, inspiring people everywhere to dance along.

Producer yune pinku burst onto the scene with her mesmeric, textural single “Laylo,” the opening piece from her debut EP Bluff. For her second project BABYLON IX released earlier this spring, the artist broadened her sonic universe further – it explores futuristic beats that blur the boundaries between sci-fi and dance floor fantasy.

Yune pinku’s ability to translate disruptive and futuristic sound design into accessible dance-floor rhythms has never been clearer than on this exhilarating single. Her talent for building momentum through an irresistibly rhythmic bassline pattern while drone tones add an ominous atmosphere, make her “Killing Bee” an outstanding track in her growing catalog.

Sofi Tukker of NYC also continued to keep dance music fresh with their summer anthem “Summer in New York.” Blending glamour with vibrant beats, this musical seduction track’s commitment is evident. It follows on from Sofi Tukker’s 2019 love letter for New York called “If It Fits.”