Here’s How Dance Music Went in the Hottest 100

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Here’s How Dance Music Went in the Hottest 100

The yearly triple j Hottest 100 countdown has come and gone for the 2015 leg, and with another eclectic mix of musical styles coming together to represent what Australia is listening too the most, we decided to take a look at how dance music scaled.

So here is what had you dancing in 2015:

98: Major Lazer – Be Together (ft. Wild Belle)

96: Rudimental – Rumour Mill (ft. Anne-Marie/Wild Heard)

93: Jai Wolf – Indian Summer

92: Golden Features – No One (ft. Thelma Plum)

90: What So Not – Gemini (ft. George Maple)

87: Purity Ring – Begin Again

85: Flight Facilities – Heart Attack (ft. Owl Eyes) (Radio Edit)

83: Flight Facilities – Down To Earth

74: Major Lazer – Powerful (feat. Ellie Goulding & Tarrus Riley)

69: Japanese Wallpaper – Forces (ft. Airling)

66: Tkay Maidza – M.O.B. (prod. L.K. McKay)

62: Disclosure – Omen (ft. Sam Smith)

60: MØ – Kamikaze 

59: Alison Wonderland – Run

54: ZHU x Skrillex x THEY – Working For It

46: The Chemical Brothers – Go (ft. Q-Tip)

44: Hayden James – Something About You

35: Safia – Counting Sheep

31: Jamie xx – Loud Places (ft. Romy)

30: Peking Duk – Say My Name (ft. Benjamin Joseph)

28: Rufus – Like An Animal

26: Jamie xx – I Know There’s Gonna Be Good Times (ft. Young Thug and Popcaan)

24: Flume – Some Minds (ft. Andrew Wyatt)

23: Safia – Embracing Me

22: LDRU – Keeping Score (ft. Paige IV)

17: DJ Snake – Middle (ft. Bipolar Sunshine)

13: Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive

12: RUFUS – You Were Right

10: Disclosure – Magnets (ft. Lorde)

8: Hermitude – the Buzz (ft. Mataya and Young Tapz)

3: Major Lazer – Lean On (ft. MØ and DJ Snake)


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