It’s time for round two of our editorial partnership with Beatport known as The Beatport Box, a series dedicated to uncovering the best in Beatport exclusives (translated: releases currently available only on Beatport). This week we’ve got massive bangers from Tony Romera, Walden, some deep and dark techno from Crosstown Rebels’ Ida Engberg, and much more. Get your dance on with us below.
Techno | Ida Engberg – Devil Dance [Crosstown Rebels]
The first lady of Swedish Techno strips back her bigger room sound for the unstoppable Crosstown Rebels imprint with Devil Dance, a steady tech house banger made to keep the groove movin’ during prime time moments. Remixes from Mr. G and Drumcode’s Adam Beyer only sweeten the package, providing a sound and style for every part of the night. Get it now.
Big Room | Walden – Toranian / Zilent [Big Beat]
Big Beat continues in their quest for peak-hour dominance with the latest release Toranian / Zilent from Sydney native Walden. While both tracks are awesome, head directly to Toranian for a lesson in prime-time piano power. Reminiscent of Eric Prydz’ more epic moments, this jam is clearly designed to elevate the spirits and pack the floor. Already a firm favorite from Hardwell (who’s been opening his sets with it), as well as Above & Beyond, Tommy Trash and more. Grab it here.
Big Room/Electro | Gregori Klosman – Where’s My Money? (Original Mix) [GURU]
Anyone familiar with hit TV show Breaking Bad will instantly recognize the well-placed sample from one Jesse Pinkman, who serves as a familiar human voice amidst the gnarly electro-houser from rising star Gregori Klosman. Huge kick drums and a melodic break in the middle provide a surefire hit for big rooms across the globe. Chuckie and Swanky Tunes are supporting this bad boy already, and now you can too! Grab it here.
Big Room/Electro | TV Noise – The Hold (Original Mix) [DOORN]
You can always count on TV Noise to bring a raw, stadium-sized energy that doesn’t sound like the rest of the big room tracks currently tripping over themselves in the pursuit of popularity. Being called “the most anticipated track on DOORN since Tsunami,” The Hold is dark, dirty, and downright delectable. Pick it up here.
Big Room/Electro | Tony Romera – Go Nuts (Original Mix) [Kindergarten]
Named the producer to watch by Nicky Romero in his 2013 DJ Mag Top 100 interview, Frenchman Tony Romera is definitely someone you want on your radar if he isn’t already. His release on Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Recordings, Go Nuts, will pretty much make you do exactly as the title suggests. It’s already being supported by the likes of DVBBS and Bassjackers, so if you like what you hear, grab it here.
Mike Chapman of Beatport contributed to this article.