The 7 Best Drum & Bass Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed
Waeys – Toter [DIVIDID]
Based in Amsterdam, Waeys has been one of the most prolific producers of 2020, with releases on Delta9 Recordings, Overview Music, and more. This month, he’s back on the Dutch label Dividid with a solid two-track EP. As always, Toter shows him exploring the experimental and harder spectrum of Drum & Bass with a deep and aggressive dancefloor-focused sound.
Quentin Hiatus – Seven Days of Equivalence [Free Love Digi]
“Seven Days of False Equivalence” comes from one of the most original and creative drum & bass producers of recent years, Quentin Hiatus, and is taken from his latest album “Acceptance” on his own imprint Free Love Digi. A halftime track with juke and footwork influences, it’s representative of his experimental approach to D&B. The swamp of bass frequencies and the hypnotic arpeggios will definitely put the crowd under pressure.
Phace and Was A Be – Faceless [Neosignal Recordings]
The Italian producer Was A Be and Hamburg-based Phace join forces on Neosignal Recordings for a two-track EP. Faceless is an intense neurofunk banger that will without doubt be a secret weapon this summer.
Ill Truth – Da Da [Guidance]
Bristol-based duo Ill Truth is back on Guidance with the serious Roadkill EP. With some funky jump up influences, the track “Da Da” is representative of the EP and we love it.
EN:VY – Bonfire [Flexout Audio]
The Push Through EP is the latest from the Austrian producer En:vy, on one of the D&B scene’s most original labels: Flexout Audio. “Bonfire” is a deep and techy track with a solid groove and a great work on pads and arpeggios to keep the energy on the dancefloor high.
Simula – Don’t leave me [Simula Music]
Simula, one of the most productive jump-up artists, is back on his own label Simula Music for his fourth self-release, entitled “Don’t Leave Me.” Simple and efficient, this track is an evident banger with a dark and huge bassline which “Won’t leave you indifferent!”
(HYPE) Harka – Day’s Thinkin’ [The Dreamers Recordings]
Based in the UK, the jungle, juke and footwork producer Harka brings together a melancholy madness, combining elements between retro riddims and futuristic flares on The Dreamers Recordings. “Days Thinkin’” is a perfect example of this combination with a dynamic beat and melodic arrangements on brass, stabs and vocals. Dope!