Technique Recordings duo Document One have stopped by to give us an insider’s view into their favorite songs that have torn dance floors to shreds this last year, and will continue to rattle the foundations of venues everywhere. Just ahead of their most recent release, a two-track single with heavy hitters “Run The Block” and “Small Steps,” it seems this has proven to solidify their masterful consistency even more than they already have (if that’s even possible).

Known for their trademarked jazzy bass-infused brilliance, we at Your EDM simply had to know what exactly they’ve been packing in their arsenals when they’re locked and loaded behind the decks.

1) Calyx & Teebee – A Day That Never Comes

“Such a massive bassline and a proper catchy vocal. The perfect tune to start their new LP campaign, dance floors were going nuts for this one everywhere we’ve went!”

2) Dimension – Whipslap

“Possibly the biggest tune of the year. The riff is so powerful and unique, we’ve loved Dimension’s production for a long time and he just keeps getting better and better.”

3) Ivy lab – Forex

“Whenever Ivy Lab releases something new you know it’s going to turn heads. We admire Ivy Lab a lot, with all their tracks the vibe is amazing. This tune has such a fat bass line and a nice rolling beat. It went straight into our set and hasn’t left since.”

4) Drumsound & Bassline Smith – The Truth

“Crazy build up and an intense vocal paint a dark picture before you’re hit with a hard Neuro style drop. We love the phrasing of the bassline and how the riff progresses. They seem to be on a roll at the moment, everything they do is great so this is one of many tunes we could have picked for this list.”

5) Matrix & Futurebound – Glow Worm

“The production is nothing shy of amazing on this track. A huge wall of sound hits you when it drops. Glow worm made it into practically everyone’s set last year so that simply proves how good it is!”

This massive single was released on 1/22, and you can purchase both tunes from this legendary release here: