The 7 Best Mainstage Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed

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Aug 27, 2021
Jordan Mafi
Our expert curation team brings you the best tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring BLK RSE, Donkong, Kitone, Choujaa and more.
Choujaa – Over You [TurnItUp Muzik]
I love any track that reminds me of the golden era of big room, when Swedish House Mafia ruled the scene and raver girls still wore fluffies to festivals. Choujaa’s “Over You” via TurnItUp Muzik achieves a supreme vibe with so few elements that it’s quite impressive. This tune is a clear demonstration of the idea that less is more — I can only imagine how I’d react if I heard this one during a peak-hour festival set.
Mariana BO, Shibui – Paris (feat. Shibui) [Dharma]
I remember the first time I watched Mariana BO perform and thought to myself, “There is no one in dance music like her.” Mariana BO offers a versatile catalog that ranges from big room anthems to thumping hardstyle beats, and one of her latest tracks truly embodies her spontaneous creative energy. Released via KSHMR’s Dharma imprint, “Paris” featuring Shibui is a whimsical, upbeat tune that still kicks hard — it makes me want to start a rave in the Eiffel Tower.
Ben Ambergen, Kenny Musik – Screwface [Generation HEX]
I’ve been a fan of Ben Ambergen since I discovered his music on Beatport about two years ago, and he continues to deliver dancefloor weapons time after time. On “Screwface” via Don Diablo’s HEXAGON sub-label Generation HEX, Ben Ambergen links with Kenny Musik for a stupefying ride that’ll make your head spin. I’m not sure why this one reminds me of finding a dance party in the middle of a funhouse, but I really, truly fuck with it.
BLK RSE, KAAZE – Hummingbird [BLK RSE]
KAAZE is a mainstay on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings for great reason: he’s one of the few producers who can recreate that sky-high feeling of being at the festival mainstage through his music. Through his BLK RSE project, KAAZE offers “Hummingbird,” an uplifting big room anthem that’ll transport you right back to when you were front-and-center in a massive crowd of ravers.
Donkong – Engine [noir sur blanc records]
Bass house aficionados Donkong are quickly working up the ranks of dance music, and their track record is only getting stronger with releases on labels including SPINNIN’ RECORDS, Musical Freedom, Confession, and more. While I’m into basically their entire catalog, there’s a special place in my heart for their electro-infused “Engine” via noir sur blanc records. This is the kind of track that switches up the vibe for the whole crowd in the best way possible: its glitchy, almost bloghouse feel is so fantastically retro and forward-thinking at the same time. Bravo, gentlemen.
Kitone – Nobody [Uprise Music]
If you’re as well-versed in bass house and modern electro house as I am, you’re familiar with Kitone. He’s released on a handful of genre-defining labels and collaborated with acts like ARTY and Alexander Popov, and I’m ready to see his ascent to the top. Indie label Uprise Music dropped Kitone’s “Nobody” last month, yet another dance floor weapon in his ever-growing arsenal. He really seems to have some bone in his body specifically fine-tuned to groove, and it shows.
Mo Falk – Chopper [TIME MACHINE]
I get excited every time I see there’s a new release from Mo Falk. This guy has released countless tracks on just about all of my favorite mainstage labels, and I always find myself dancing in my seat to each one. On “Chopper” released through RetroVision’s imprint TIME MACHINE, Mo Falk delivers his signature intricate beats and thrilling arrangements that’ll spice up your life wherever you’re listening. Fun fact: I love to run errands with these beats blasting in my car. It just makes sense!

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