The 7 Best Organic House / Downtempo Tracks On Beatport You May Have Missed

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Nov 27, 2020
Tom Peters
Our expert curation team brings you the best tracks on Beatport you may have missed. This time featuring Acid Pauli, Mark Slee, Kate Zubok, Plunge, and more.
Mark Slee – Westvine [Manjumasi]
San Francisco’s Majumasi co-founder Mark Slee returned with a fantastic new EP this summer. “Westvine” is a deep groovy track with mysteries, organic elements, and gently modulated bell elements in the lead while dialing up both the shuffle and groove on a much more syncopated low-end. This is a track you could hear at one of Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream Parties, at Burning Man, or under the Mexican sun in Tulum. The whole EP is worth checking out, with additional remixes from Acid Pauli, Lusine, and Tom Flynn.
Kate Zubok – Inner World [Sapiens]
After sending demos to Agoria for five Years, the Ukrainian artist Kate Zubok is on the rise with her first EP. She takes you on a journey into her inner world, deep percussive with pads, melodies, and a piano line from paradise.
JPATTERSON – Circo Del Sol (Popshop Remix) [3000 Grad Records]
3000 Grad is a festival, booking agency, energy collective, and record label hailing from the North. Dub and downtempo live act JPATTERSON taps Popshop takes the 110bpm downtempo tune “Circo Del Sol” and transforms it into a 116bpm summer anthem. The remix would have filled the festival dancefloors this year — from Fusion Festival to the playa and straight into the dessert.
Jason Douglas – Pan [Harmonic Theory]
Brooklyn-based artist Jason Douglas‘ new track “Pan” — recently released via his new imprint Harmonic Theory — opens with an acoustic intro before the guitar bass finds us and fills the space with warmth and tension. Vibes all around with this one!
Plunge – In-to-the-intro [Opium Muzik]
Plunge’s latest track on Opium Traxx Deluxe Compilation, “In-to-the-intro,” is a string lead adventure that leaving you swooning and swimming high above the sea and arid deserts. Adventurous to its core, crank this one up and let the sounds lead you to new lands.
Ed Ed – The Ellcyrs (Acid Pauli Remix) [Studio Kreuzberg]
Acid Pauli’s latest deep and groovy remix for Ed Ed on Studio Kreuzberg is masterful. He turns the original track into a lush, floating summary attraction. It’s like a smooth stroll through the afternoon forest with butterflies over your head. Float your way through this one!
Nairobi – Motion [Lukins]
It’s time to take a deep breath with Italian producer Nairobi D’s deep and contemplative tune, “Motion.” Taken from his Fields EP, the gentle vocal waves and percussive snaps are guided by purposeful guitar and gottan riffs to get us to our final, blissed-out destination.

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