The 7 Best Progressive House Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed
The 7 Best Progressive House Tracks On Beatport You May Have MissedDecember 10, 2021
Pablo Gargano – Infinity (Original Mix) [JOOF Recordings]
Making his return to JOOF, Paul Gargano flexes his versatile style on his latest EP featuring his standout tune “Infinity.” Marked by heavy percussion and a forward-pushing bassline, Paul Gargano curates a dark, moody atmosphere sure to ignite a flurry of emotion and movement on the dance floor.
Cloaked – Spirit Animal (Original Mix) [3rd Avenue]
Electronic wunderkind Cloaked (AKA Andrew Field) began writing music at just 11 years old before falling in love with electronic music, leading to a wide range of releases across the genre spectrum. Tapping into his organic touch, Cloaked finds a home on 3rd Avenue with “Spirit Animal,” a divine production with an unforgettably gorgeous lead melody and all the dreamy vibes.
Ezequiel Arias – Arcadia (Original Mix) [Sudbeat Music]
Described by his peers as the future of progressive house, Argentinian producer Ezequiel Arias returns to Sudbeat for a melodic masterpiece: “Arcadia” plays out like a slow burn of ice-cold keys and a powerful bassline, culminating in a climactic yet tranquillising swarm of melody and drive.
Will DeKeizer – Floating Frozen In Time (Original Mix) [onedotsixctwo]
Take a journey with Will DeKeizer’s exhilarating “Floating Frozen In Time” via onedotsixctwo — you’ll be transported into the unknown through shimmering percussion, a thumping bassline, and a simply epic sonic adventure.
Andrés Moris – Stomper (Original Mix) [Or Two Strangers]
Kicking this list into high gear, Andrés Moris beefs up the selection with his peak-time cut aptly titled “Stomper” released through Or Two Strangers. Featuring colorful elements and an undeniable groove, “Stomper” is both atmospheric and powerful — take the nine-minute ride through Andrés Moris’ celestial creative mind.
Cream (PL) – Sonus (Original Mix) [Modern Agenda]
While we love the soft, melodic side of progressive house, there’s plenty of room to show some love to the tech-driven styles of the genre: Cream (PL) achieves a technical treasure with “Sonus” via Modern Agenda, marked by sharp, clean chords, a dark atmosphere, and unique motifs throughout. This one’s reserved for those rare moments on the dance floor where time feels as if it stands still.
Rod V – Estepa (Original MIx) [Open Records]
Seeking the perfect track to open a daytime set or close out the sunset? Look no further than Rod V’s “Estepa,” out now on Open Records. With a groovy beat and a warm ambiance, “Estepa” is a secret weapon to keep a lively crowd in the palm of your hand.