Welcome back to our series with Beatport known as The Beatport Box, where we bring you the best of Beatport exclusives on a weekly basis. This week, that Sander van Doorn Burning Man track finally drops, Revolvr gives us more proper electro, Alex Di Stefano continues his trance stint, and more.
Deep/Tech | SAAND – 0.14 EP [Dilate]
Debuting through one of our favorite imprints this week, SAAND drops his melancholy rooftop masterpiece 0.14. Utilizing his unique style of production and adding his own live percussion, SAAND has created a debut that is going to lead to appearances at some of the summer’s most memorable parties. Get it here.
Deep/Tech | John Tejada, Arian Leviste – Reactance EP [Areal]
Hot off the release of his 10th album (yes, you read that right), the man, the myth, the master John Tejada returns with an clean-cut slice of dancefloor heaven with Reactance. A collaborative EP with Palette labelmate Arian Leviste, this triple A-sider is dance music in its purest form–exactly what we’ve come to expect from one of the genre’s unquestioned champions. Grab it here.
Tribal | Sander van Doorn – Ori Tali Ma (Original Mix) [Doorn]
Originally heard in his Burning Man recap video, Sander van Doorn’s Ori Tali Ma is unquestionably one of his best releases this decade. Tribal rhythms meet big room sonic and compositional structure to create a track that you’d have to be dead not to dance to. Download here.
Electro | Revolvr – Viper (Original Mix) [Glo]
Continuing with his streak of releasing some of the biggest electro house heaters of 2015, Revolvr drops his latest, Viper, through Glo Records. With support from such names as Hardwell and Henry Fong, Viper features bin-busting bass and Far East portamento synths that we’ll be hearing at peak hour all through the 2015 festival season. Pick it up here.
Trance | Alex Di Stefano – Escape From The Past Remixes [Outburst]
Hard techno producer Alex Di Stefano has taken a turn to tech trance as of late, and his relentless style has now been made even more relentless courtesy of remixers Fred Baker and Bryan Kearney. You can stream the latter’s remix above–it may take almost five minutes to get to the drop, but trust us–you’re gonna need that time to brace yourself. Purchase here.
Matt Ferry of Beatport contributed to this article.