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Guest Dose: Byron The Aquarius

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Recommended Dose: January Mix

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Byron The Aquarius, Avalon Emerson and Jayda G released some of our favorite dance tunes of the year. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Recommended Dose: Our 25 Favorite Dance Tracks Of 2016

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Whole show

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On getting surprisingly close to the band

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Chicago house icon Larry Heard has made some of the most memorable dance tracks of the past 30 years. Christian Patterson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Classic Dose: Larry Heard

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Guest Dose: Delroy Edwards

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