The Top 10 of our youngster @lucy inugami contains a lot of great tracks. Be sure to visit his feature on Facebook aswell (link is only visible to registered users)
1. Bein by @Sandburgen
"First track I ever heard on Audiotool"
2. HQ42 by @André Michelle
"I love the shuffle and the really awesome machiniste-work on this"
3. #04 by @ascent
"To be fair, all of ascent's work is amazing, but this is my personal techno favourite"
4. In my shadow by @Marodeur
"Marodeur really knows what to do in techno and this is a perfect example to justify that"
5. REtaliation by @Tottenhauser
"This is serious drum and bass. Serious, dark and in a way futuristic in the fx"
6. Faster and Faster by @Xavi
"I had to return the favour to xav. This track is like proper soundtrack to a film with it's amazing bass and general epic atmosphere"
7. Spirit c by @Olondro
"Olondro never fails to impress - spirit c has some great progression, and somehow in it's minimal structure it seems really interesting"
8. Industrial Sabotage by @cripta
"I think I've said many times that this is one of my all time favourites, probably even stretching outside of audiotool. This is the real dark stuff"
9. Peach, seven by @opaqity
"Opaqity is quickly becoming one of my favourite audiotoolers - his melodies are always so complex and so professional"
10. Extreme Party (re) by @sumad
"A fine, perfectly crafted and heavy track...I had no idea sumad was so great at producing dnb..."
"In5omniac creates some of the cleanest stuff in the community, ranging from minimal techno @http://www.audiotool.com/track/loop-t40iem/ to experimental soundscapes @http://www.audiotool.com/track/distorsion-7h3wwb/ I'm baffled when seeing how his stuff doesn't usually get 30+ favs. Go and follow him too!!
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11. Reunion by @lucy inugami
"This is by no means my most complicated or most danceable/accessible track, but I feel as if this is the one which isn't too linear, and so, one of my more interesting tracks."