The 7 Best Tech House Tracks On Beatport
You May Have Missed
The 7 Best Tech House Tracks On Beatport August 7, 2020
You May Have Missed
Our expert curation team brings you some of the best tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring DJ Sneak, Seb Zito, Sante Sansone, Black Girl / White Girl, Latmun, and more.
DJ Sneak – The Difference [Kultur]
DJ Sneak, one of the OGs of house music, delivers a heavy, jackin, jazz-infused hypnotic groover that will not disappoint you when dropping this in any of your sets. This track is the third release off the label, Kultur, and they have delivered nothing but pure FIRE since day one.
Axxis, Kenny Dope – All I’m Akin (Demuir Playboy Edit) [Dopewax]
Demuir’s Playboy edit of Masters At Work’s Kenny Dope is clearly worthy of its name. This high-energy, distortion-packed, loopy, and jackin cut is doing it for me and is bound to do the same for you if you’re looking to bring the heat to any dance floor. It’s a mix of groovy, sexy, raw, that will fit like a glove in any house or tech-infused set.
Black Girl / White Girl – Flexxulator [EI8HT]
These two women have been on my radar for quite some time now and have delivered nothing but quality. If you don’t know them, I suggest going to check them out. Their last EP on EI8HT is a clear-cut example of their wicked production skills. Featuring a catchy acid bassline with a rave-like drum sequencing, “Flexxulator” is topped off with some memorable and beefy impact vocal stabs that hit you like a rock to the dome.
Sante Sansone – Quarantine [Hottrax]
Sante Sansone is a man on the rise who has been appearing on some of the best labels in tech houses over the last couple of years. This time, he brings the business on Hottrax with “Quarantine,” clearly having produced the tracks during COVID times in Italy. The acid line and rolling bassline will send you into a euphoria state as the catchy ethnic vocal hooks you and refuses to let up. Employing your typical “less-is-more” approach to the production, Sansone is here to give you precisely what you need.
Riky Ild – Sink the pink [Klaphouse Records]
This track from Riky Ild on Klaphouse Records — a label that I’ve recently started following more after finding nothing but quality sounds via their discography — is that type of tech house on the right side of trendy at the moment. With basslines that fill the full spectrum of the track and never stop, the shuffle groove in the sequencing really gives you that full-body sensation while listening. I like the simplicity of the breaks and the efficient drops following the distortion and glitch FX that build up to it!
Seb Zito – In And Around [WoW! Recordings]
One of my favorite producers and one of the most respected creators in the scene, Seb Zito comes out guns blazing on this new EP for WoW! Records. “In And Around” is a fully energetic, swingy, and forward driving tune with pure soulful house vocal layering. It’s a track that is bound to get people’s hands in the air, and no doubt, on that special day when clubs open again, it’s going to be a winner! When the chord progression drops, the arrangement adds another layer of emotions that masterfully accompanies the treatment and FX on the vocals. Get lost in this track. You won’t regret it!
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(HYPE) Wheats – Sneaky Fox (Latmun Remix) [WYLD]
It was surely not the easiest of tasks to remix Wheats on his monstrous EP for WYLD. Latmun delivers a superb interpretation of “Sneaky Fox” with a drive for atmospheric glitches, blips, acid lines, and effects that weave and wriggle throughout the track. Filled with swinging drums and punctuated by a high-impact bassline, this dance floor bomb has all the ingredients to get a crowd going, all while keeping a deeper edge.