We’re back with our series with Beatport known as The Beatport Box, where we bring you the best in Beatport exclusives on a weekly basis. This week we’ve got the latest from Ali Love and Crosstown Rebels, a “Far Too Loud” festival banger, a trance nod from W&W, and more.
Deep/Tech | Ali Love – Deep Into The Night EP [Crosstown Rebels]
Crosstown Rebels gives us a deep and soulful EP package with their latest outing, Deep Into The Night. The EP features Ali Love on the original mix and remixes from Hercules & Love Affair, Hackman, and a “Botanical Garden” mix from Samo DJ. This is Ali’s first new material since his highly acclaimed Hot Natured releases. Go deep here.
Techno | Christian Smith – Delivery / Matrix [Tronic]
Tronic label head honcho Christian Smith returns to form with his latest release, a two track EP with each offering oozing with relentless energy and atmospherics. Delivery is full of spacious keys and vocal samples, while Matrix continues the chord-drenched techno sounds with huge percussive touches. Get it here.
Big Room/Electro | Far Too Loud – Boom! [No Tomorrow]
Holy synthesizer overdose! The latest anthem from Far Too Loud goes heavy on the noise, as the artist name suggests, and we are absolutely loving it. Boom! on No Tomorrow Recordings is built around one of the catchiest riffs of the year, larger-than-life beats, breaks and… booms! Grab it here.
Big Room/Electro | Nari & Milani – Torba [Smash The House]
Nari & Milani step up to the plate again with Torba, the latest single to appear on Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s Smash The House imprint. The single track packs enough power and clever catchy melodies for a full-length album, and is certainly one that’s going to be heard at festivals across the globe. Purchase here.
Big Room/Trance | Mark Sixma – Shadow (W&W Edit) [Mainstage]
We’re always on board with a W&W and Mark Sixma collab. The W&W edit of Shadow was dropped during their EDC Vegas set to much acclaim from the crowd, so it’s safe to say this will continue to pop off at the remaining summer festivals. It’s also nice to see W&W give a bit of a nod to their trance roots now that they’ve gone more of the big room route. Pick it up here.
Mike Chapman of Beatport contributed to this article.