2018 was a fantastic year for music, and we’ve got a full-fledged report to prove it. The folks over at 1001Tracklists have done the Dance Music community a great service by releasing their review of 2018 titled ‘A State Of Dance Music 2018‘.
For those of you unfamiliar with 1001Tracklists, they are usually the go-to for identifying tracks when Shazam is not working. The website is known for its vast database of tracklists that users worldwide can update and modify as more information becomes available. You can find sets on the site from everywhere, to include Festivals, Radio Shows, and even exclusive underground parties.
Through ‘A State Of Dance Music 2018′, we get a complete breakdown of the year in music. In their own words, their report:
“aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the tracks and sets that defined 2018”
Furthermore, they are:
“Diving deeper into the numbers and sharing with never before seen insights, we compiled a series of charts and rankings that visualize achievements across all genres”
They close off the paragraph by reminding us that the “rankings are completely objective and data–driven.”
A State Of Dance Music 2018
It is pretty neat to have all of this date compiled into a single report. The 24-page report covers everything from the “Top Tracks Of 2018” which they broke down overall, and by genre, as well as the “Most Popular Underground Live Sets “.
‘A State Of Dance Music 2018’ has managed to breakdown pretty much every aspect of dance music that you can think of. They’ve even included “Top Mashups” which is awesome, as these are typically hard to track down.
1001tracklist’s Top Tracks Of 2018
1. FISHER – Losing It [Catch & Release] 2. AU/RA & CamelPhat – Panic Room [Loudmouth] 3. Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now (CamelPhat Remix) [Toolroom] 4. Valentino Khan – Lick It [Spinnin’] 5. David Guetta & Martin Garrix & Brooks – Like I Do [What A Music] 6. Steff Da Campo & SIKS – Make Me Feel [Hexagon] 7. Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss [Columbia] 8. DJ Snake & MERCER ft. Jermaine Dupri – Let’s Get Ill [Geffen] 9. Zonderling & Don Diablo – No Good [Hexagon] 10. Illyus & Barrientos – So Serious [Toolroom]