The 7 Best Minimal / Deep Tech Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed

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Mar 26, 2021
Raphael Pujol
Our expert curation team brings you the best tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring James Dexter, Guti, Wyatt Marshall, Odd Ones Out, and more.
WLAD, Demarzo – Sketchy (Original Mix ) [HedZup]
HedZup label boss, Wlad, has just come out with a stunning album featuring 10 collaborations with some of the scene’s hottest producers. Since 10 tracks are a lot, I wanted to make sure you don’t miss this one! A collaboration with Demarzo, this offering from WLAD is a true banger. This track has all the elements of groove that you need for a good romp on the dance floor. I’ll definitely be playing this one in my sets.
Wyatt Marshall, Sly Turner – Patch & Tweak (Original Mix) [Rendr Records]
Another great collab release from Wyatt Marshall and Sly Turner. The two of them have delivered what the title offers, some patches and tweaks! Having followed Wyatt Marshall for some time and loving his music, I can imagine all the little FX and sounds are coming from his modular synths, making the track move, evolve, and randomize. The sexy vocal tops it off with an effective bassline, it has the ingredients you are looking for!
James Dexter, Jack Swift – Don’t Need You (Original Mix) [AVTR]
If you haven’t heard, the legendary Avotre has just started a new sub-label called AVTR and it will feature some rougher and deeper cuts that you are bound to fall in love with. This track from James Dexter and Jack swift is the perfect balance between deep and energetic while maintaining a level of emotion that comes from the vocal and deep pads. Topped with some classic 909 drums, this is the definition of an incredibly well-produced track.
Rich NXT, Shyam P – Other Side (Guti Remix) [Fuse London]
You might have heard the original from Rich NXT and Shyam P, but did you hear the Guti Remix? This deep and soulful cut is one that will close out a set in the right fashion. There is a sense of nostalgia in the air with this tune, and it can sometimes be just enough to wrap up a set. Guti has managed to combine some garage-influenced rhythms with a deep, pensive atmosphere, paired with a vocal meant to capture you in the moment.
Elias R – U & ME (Original Mix) [Moiss Music]
Moiss Music is a label that I’ve been following for a few years now and they never cease to surprise me and deliver high-quality material. This track by Elias R is no exception and “U & Me” will be a great addition to your playlists/carts. The modulating acid bassline and “jackin” groove will get the dance floor heated up at the beginning of any set!
Project89, Prunk – Telling You The Truth (Original Mix) [Key Rec]
Project89 is the man on the rise, catching the attention of the scene after his stunning releases on Meta, Avotre, PIV and soon to be on Moscow Records! With this collaboration with PIV label boss, Prunk, you’ve got your perfect sunrise, festival, hands in the air anthem. With an energy-packed bassline accompanied by classic minimal house stabs and catchy vocals, it’s an arrangement that is bound to get you going. Wait for the breakdown and lose yourself before coming back to life with the main drop!
Adrien Calvet, Coupe Melba – Le Sude (Odd Ones Out Remix) [Odd Pleasures]
This remix of Adrien Calvet and Coupe Melba’s “Le Sude” from Spanish duo Odd Ones Out is one of my absolute favorite discoveries of the month. I always look for some kind of soul, energy, and sexiness while I dig for new tunes, and this one ticks all the boxes. The vocal with the typical south France accent adds a lot of personality, and the spoken word sample is a perfect addition to a record that is driven by its funky bassline.

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