Every day of the year, barring weekends, XLR8R releases a free tune via the ever popular downloads section. You'll find tracks from established, well-known artists sitting next to those debuting for the first time, across a range of tempos, genres, and styles; and once we hit the middle of the month, every month, we tabulate all the downloads and announce the top 10 most popular tracks on XLR8R.
Taking the top spot last month was the elusive house artist DJ Seinfeld, whose cut "What Kind Of Sandwich Is This" proved to resonate most with our readers. Following a close second was live techno trio r2π with their remix of Japanese techno maestro Wata Igarashi's "Cocytus," with Fairmont & Undo's remix of The Suicide Of Western Culture's "Dysplasia" landing in third. Rounding out the top five was a remix of Robot Koch and Savannah Jo Lack's "Eta Aquarid" by Alex Banks and Go Hiyama's "Piano."
March's 10 most popular XLR8R downloads have been assembled into a list below and can be grabbed for free by following their respective links. In addition, all 10 tracks have been compiled into one convenient file, which can be downloaded via WeTransfer below.
1. DJ Seinfeld "What Kind Of Sandwich Is This"
2. Wata Igarashi "Cocytus" (r2π Remix)
3. The Suicide Of Western Culture "Dysplasia" (Fairmont & Undo Remix)
4. Robot Koch, Savannah Jo Lack "Eta Aquarid" (Alex Banks Remix)
5. Go Hiyama "Piano"
6. Bruce Loko "God's Window"
7. Dollkraut "Red Girl"
8. Kas:st "Emotional Progress"
9. Atoll "Ikik Pt 1"
10. Stèv "Scattered Steams / Dense Water"