Before we roll out the usual editorial Best Of lists, we checked in with our writing staff to see what their favorite tracks of 2013 were. It was tough, but we condensed all their choices into a single list of twenty songs. You can check it out after the jump.

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Nothing kicks the week of right quite like a brand spankin’ new remix from my favorite LA duo, Classixx. This time around, they’ve given their signature disco treatment to Panama’s “Always.” Now don’t get me wrong, the original version of “Always” is pretty close to perfection. Classixx just made it a little more dance floor […]

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Getting it right every time is tough, especially when it comes to record labels. Yet Australia’s Future Classic, one of the top labels in music right now, are somehow pretty close. Their recent successes include Flume’s “Sleepless,” and “Holdin On,” Panama’s “It’s Not Over,” Touch Sensitive’s “Pizza Guy” and of course Flight Facilities’ “With You.” […]

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Fellow Aussies–and tour mates–Panama have remixed Clubfeet‘s latest single, “Cape Town”, turning the plucking pop track into a piano-driven dance number that deserves a spot on every summer playlist. Opening with striding piano chords, Panama punch up the original with their trademark yacht rock sound. The Future Classic-signed quintet add a steady kick beat and […]

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Sydney quintet Panama wowed us last month with their understated, emotionally-charged slow burner “It’s Not Over.” “One Piece,” the latest track available to stream off Panama’s debut EP, further establishes the group’s minimal percussive discofunk sound while also displaying some versatility. It and the two big singles we’ve heard from the band so far – […]

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In addition to ATG favorite Anna Lunoe, Aussie label Future Classic has a host of other talented artists under its auspices. One of the most promising among these is Panama, a Sydney-based quartet headed up by classically trained pianist Jarrah McCleary. The brand new track “It’s Not Over” is the first thing we’ve heard from […]

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