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
Our expert curation team brings you the best progressive tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring Pablo Gargano, Cloaked, Ezequiel Arias, Will DeKeizer, Andrés Moris, and more.
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.