The 7 Best Drum & Bass Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed

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Jan 8, 2021
Yann Bonnet
Our expert curation team brings you the best tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring Klinical, DJ Hazard, Bladerunner, Calibre, Ivy Lab and more.
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.

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