The 7 Best EDM Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed

Missed Tracks EDM
Dec 4, 2020
Jordan Mafi
Our expert curation team brings you the best tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring RITN, Header, Low Blow, Lil Texas, and more.
RITN — Truth [Snippet Recordings]
I’m completely obsessed with RITN. He’s an up-and-coming producer from Russia with a palpable signature style, lacing his drops with vocal chops and unique motifs. On “Truth,” RITN delivers exactly what I love about his sound: a funky bassline, brassy synths, and a perfectly sliced-up vocal sample. Don’t ask me how many times I’ve listened to this song — I’ve lost count.
Header — Midnight [Spinnin’ Next]
Say what you will about EDM, but David Guetta and MORTEN have influenced its next generation with their forward-thinking sound, dubbed ‘future rave.’ One rising star within this space goes by Header — there are only two releases under their belt, but both are equally impressive. “Midnight” comes to us via Spinnin’ Next, a sub-label of SPINNIN’ RECORDS dedicated to highlighting up-and-coming acts. This tune was clearly inspired by the future rave movement and proves to be a peak-hour slammer.
Low Blow — Vibes [TurnItUp Muzik]
The best dance music comes from artists with vibrant personalities and the skills to let those qualities shine through their production: “Vibes” by Low Blow totally represents this idea. I’m a sucker for future house with excellent sound design and an exceptional mixdown, which is precisely what Low Blow deliver on this tune — in even simpler terms, this track bangs. Full stop.
Horyzon — Gravity [Dirty Workz]
I’m not exaggerating in the slightest when I say that this tune has brought tears to my eyes. It’s no wonder a label like Dirty Workz, an industry leader in the hard dance space, signed this track: Horyzon creates a perfect storm of trance and hardstyle on “Gravity.” I’m not usually one for euphoric hardstyle since I often prefer it rough and tough, but Horyzon completely changed my perspective. Play this one loud, and don’t forget the tissues.
Automhate — Ego Stream [Halcyon Music House]
Automhate is quickly becoming one of dubstep’s most promising acts, so imagine my surprise when I stumbled across this gorgeous, complex tune. The title track is easily the most unique off Automhate’s Ego Stream EP via Halcyon Music House, trading in heavy bass for a garage-meets-future-house dream. On top of its intricate arrangement, “Ego Stream” communicates visceral emotion through unconventional sounds.
Lil Texas — The Feeling [THRIVE MUSIC]
Though he’s typically recognized for his need for speed, Lil Texas trades in his signature uptempo flair for a heavy-hitting rawstyle anthem: “The Feeling” features Tex’s distinct kicks and rave-inspired vocal samples of choice, but with even more power at just 160 BPM instead of his usual 200. This tune really makes me impatient for the day I can sweat it out on the dance floor.

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