Kwabs - Walk (Sasha Remix) [Atlantic UK]
Röyksopp & Robyn - Monument Dance (Marcus Marr Remix) [Dog Triumph]
Dirty South feat. Gita Lake - Freefallin' (Dirty South Remix) [Phazing]
Dennis Sheperd & Sylvia Tosun - We Are (Original Club Mix) [A Tribute To Life/Sea To Sun]

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, Sasha shows us how to Walk, Dirty South remixes Dirty South, and more.

Deep/Tech | Kwabs – Walk (Sasha Remix) [Atlantic UK]

After garnering over 100K SoundCloud plays, Sasha’s remix of Kwabs’ Walk has finally been released. Packed with pristine sonics and a swing aimed solely at the dancefloor, this release is sure to do damage during your next set. Pick it up here.


Tech/Electro | Röyksopp & Robyn – Monument Dance (Marcus Marr Remixes) [Dog Triumph]

With the release of Röyksopp’s final album The Inevitable End, we’re expecting a number of dancefloor-friendly remixes catered to crates of DJs across the genre spectrum. The first that’s been delivered is Marcus Marr’s mid-00s-styled electro warm-up that quickly reminds us that electro house can be just as groovy as it is abrasive. Get it here.


Big Room/Progressive | Dirty South feat. Gita Lake – Freefallin’ (Dirty South Remix) [Phazing]

Following the release of his album With You, Dirty South has given a new spin to his own Freefallin’. This take rides the line between progressive and big room, with a drop full of melody that is somewhat reminiscent of Intro by The xx. Also, if you’re interested in winning a chance for Dirty South to throw a house party with you (and who wouldn’t be?), click here for more info. Get the track here.


Trance | Dennis Sheperd & Sylvia Tosun – We Are [A Tribute To Life/Sea To Sun]

Trance mainstays Dennis Sheperd and Sylvia Tosun top off a monumental year with We Are, a trance track with a message of unity sure to invoke the feeliest of feels. The video also just dropped–check it out here and pick up the track here.

Matt Ferry of Beatport contributed to this article.