On Nocturnalist 127 (September 18, 2017), curated by The Nocturnal Times, we present our top 10 track selections of the week.
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Orjan Nilsen – Acid Reflux [In My Opinion/Armada Music]
ODESZA feat. Leon Bridges – Across The Room [Foreign Family Collective]
Autoerotique & Brohug – Brains [Spinnin’ Records]
Giuseppe Ottaviani feat. Jennifer Rene – Home (OnAir Mix) [Black Hole Recordings]
San Holo – I Still See Your Face [bitbird]
Axwell /\ Ingrosso – More Than You Know (Acoustic) [Virgin EMI Records]
Yotto – North [Anjunadeep]
Rudimental feat. James Arthur – Sun Comes Up (Tritonal Remix) [Asylum Records]
Armin van Buuren – This Is A Test (Arkham Knights Remix) [Armind Recordings]
U2 & Kygo – You’re The Best Thing About Me [Island Records]
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