The 7 Best Drum & Bass Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed
The 7 Best Drum & Bass Tracks On Beatport You May Have MissedJanuary 8, 2021
Klinical, Waeys – Framed [Overview Music]
Overview Music finished 2020 with a six-track compilation, including “Framed” from Klinical and the D&B Awards’ Best Newcomer, Waeys. Perfectly encapsulating the label’s sound, this track is a pure deep, dark D&B banger and has the potential to be a modern classic.
The Caracal Project – Intoxication [Blackout Music NL]
“Intoxicated” is the new track from The Caracal Project on Blackout Music NL. The French act is back doing what he does best — bringing us a creative and progressive combination of samples, vocals, and melodic synths to create a hook and groovy bassline to keep the dancefloor under pressure. Dope!
Kanine – All Goes Wrong [UNLEASHED]
On his own label UNLEASHED, Kanine drops “All Goes Wrong” in collaboration with Manchester-based MC T-Man. A long and deep atmospheric intro, supported by T-Man’s characteristic flow, guides us to outer space drifting inside sub frequencies!
DJ Hazard – When The Dreams Are Over [Playaz]
“When the Dreams Are Over” landed as an unexpected Christmas gift from DJ Hazard on Playaz, with a 4-track EP in the signature style we’ve come to expect from the UK producer.
Bladerunner – Don’t Break It VIP [Hi-Resolution]
What an end of the year for Bladerunner and Hi-Resolution, with three fantastic VIP singles in as many weeks. “Don’t Break It” is proof that Bladerunner is a master of bridging the gap between old school and modern sounds, with a catchy vocal, a groovy bassline, punchy rhythm, and classic reese. No doubt that 2021 will be a huge year for Bladerunner!
Krust, Calibre – It’s A Lot [Crosstown Rebels]
Two of the biggest names in drum & bass team up on the same track with a legend remixing another legend! Calibre’s remix of “It’s a Lot” from Krust is exactly what we’d expect: A deep, emotional, and melancholic liquid track that you can play in a loop in your headphones all day.
Frank Carter, Ivy Lab – Soul Sista [Critical Music]
Ivy Lab & Frank Carter III bring back those much loved, classic liquid-soul D&B vibes that they are known for. Sadly, Frank Carter III recently lost his leg due to illness, so all proceeds are being donated to Frank and his family.