The 7 Best Mainstage Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed

The 7 Best Mainstage Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed
Apr 8, 2022
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Jordan Mafi
Our expert curation team brings you the best tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring DNMO, Akeos, Gabry Ponte, Justus, and more.

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DNMO – Stomper [Deadbeats]
What a treat it was for Deadbeats to release one of my new favorite songs this year: DNMO explores a different corner of the bass spectrum on “Stomper,” a slow-burning midtempo track for the ages. Beyond the fact that it reminds me of Gesaffelstein’s early work, this track satisfies my desire for three elements of a dance floor hit: bass-heavy, sexy, and clearly made for moving.
Gabry Ponte, Justus – Lightning Strikes [SPINNIN’ RECORDS]
I’m calling it now: Justus is going to lead the newest generation of mainstage acts. I’ve been talking about his music for quite some time now, but I have a feeling 2022 is going to be his year, and his collab with Gabry Ponte proves it: “Lightning Strikes” is that festival tune you’re going to hear all summer long. Punishing, intense, and all things electric, this track crosses over into techno territory with all the rage of that 2014 big room sound — hold onto your seats.
Lucille Croft, TMRRW – Kill The Machine (feat. Bad/Love) [This Is Bad Wolf]
Make way for my new favorite concept artist: Lucille Croft recently dropped her debut Patient X EP with an intergalactic collection of unique new music. One of my faves from the EP is her collaboration with Bad/Love, “Kill The Machine,” a track that’s made for riding into a cyber battle. Clearly influenced by her love for video games, Lucille ruthlessly bestows unflinching bass on this post-apocalyptic banger.
Achilles (OZ) – Keep On Dreaming [Spinnin’ Next]
The new, refined big room sound is coming in hot this festival season, and it’s exciting to see some fresh faces in the game. Leaning into trance territory with a mainstage edge, Achilles takes listeners to the moon on “Keep On Dreaming” via Spinnin’ Next. Fierce synths and a thumping kick drum drive us all the way home on this peak-hour anthem — simply epic.
Ailow, Fame Sounds – Addicted [Liftoff Recordings]
Get your dancing shoes on for this one: Ailow and Fame Sounds deliver a groove-inducing cut on “Addicted” out now on Liftoff Recordings. Aptly titled, this tune boasts blaring synths and hype-worthy vocal samples atop that driving bassline. If you’re in need of a mid-set pick-me-up, this one’s got you covered.
Mike Bond, Sanjin – Beijing [Generation Smash Official]
Let’s kick up the BPM: Mike Bond and Sanjin link up for a speed house weapon via Smash The House’s sub-label Generation Smash, and it’s one hell of a ride. “Beijing” flies at 160 BPM with its rapid-fire percussion and bass, excitedly challenging the dance floor to keep up. Swift as an arrow, this track acts as a dramatic closer to a high-energy set; let’s see how your crowd revels in the aftermath.

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