14 Tracks that ruled BPM Festival 2015

BPM Festival has finally drawn to a close, following 10 marathon days in Mexico’s Playa del Carmen, from January 9-18. The festival featured performances by everyone from AC Slater to Wolf & Lamb, Carl Cox to Carl Craig, Dusky to Dixon, Marco Carola to Marcus Worgull, DJ Sneak to DJ Tennis, Lee Burridge to Lee Foss, and even a showcase pitting Cajmere vs. Green Velvet.

Celebrating its eighth anniversary, BPM 2015 boasted over 350 artists and 80 parties over ten days on the Mayan Riviera. Though it typically extends from Playa del Carmen to the beach paradise of Tulum, this year the official parties were restricted to Playa and the events in Tulum were kept quiet, private and reserved.

Throughout the whole of the BPM Festival, there were picks of the top best tracks played at BPM this year, from Nicole Moudaber, Josh Wink, Jimmy Edgar, Luca Bacchetti, D’Julz, Alan Fitzpatrick, Frank & Tony, Harvard Bass, Sonns, Butch and Amtrac.

Among the picks for tracks that ruled BPM Festival 2015, mentioned in this article from Beatport, was D’julz – “Remember” Heard at our very own I’m a House Gangster event @ Mamitas, Day 3.

“It’s always nice to hear your tracks played by DJs you respect,” D’Julz happily explained. “I made that one as a tribute to Chicago house, so I was extremely happy when DJ Sneak dropped it at his amazing I’m a House Gangster party.”