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, Diynamic releases the winner for Solomun’s Medea remix contest, Sasha teams up with Joel Mull for a Last Night On Earth release, Richard Durand invites you to the Brotherhood, and more.
Deep/Tech | Siopis – Fire EP [Get Physical]
Hypnotic, late night sweetness from the Get Physical crew with their first release this February. Siopis’ Fire EP is a dizzying, dubby, warehouse-friendly three-tracker best suited for those moments when the party’s starting to get weird and just needs a shove in the right direction to take it to the next level. Just what we like! Get it here.
Deep/Tech | Joel Mull – Parabel EP [Last Night On Earth]
It’s astounding how long some people can make it in the dance music biz. One icon that has stood the test of time with decades worth of releases, mixes, and albums is Sasha. This time, through his own label Last Night On Earth, he hands the production reins to Swedish melodic tech maestro Joel Mull. Parabel is packed with just the progressive moods you’d catch at one of Sasha’s extended sets, which is expected since Sasha did lend himself a mention in one of the track’s production credits. Download here.
Deep/Tech | Solomun – Medea (Mok3pon Remix) [Diynamic]
Relatively unknown Australian producer Mok3pon got the news of his life when he found out he was the winner of Beatport Play’s recent remix contest for Solomun’s Medea. Upon pressing play, it’s immediately apparent why this track was the winner–it’s got that Diynamic deep and trancey sound infused to its very core. Pick it up here.
Big Room/Electro | Novaspace feat. Drea Delacruz – Gravity [Peak Hour]
Nicely straddling the musical line between full-blown mainstage mayhem and hands-in-the-air, melodic euphoria, Novaspace’s latest Gravity is a blast of summer sun that burns through the roaring hoarfrost of winter’s relentless gale. Featuring the soaring vocals of Drea Delacruz and a saccharine-soaked chord progression that could raise the spirits of Satan himself, this is one you’ll be hearing non-stop come festival season. Grab it here.
Trance | Richard Durand – Brotherhood [Terminal4]
Trance stalward Richard Durand has dropped his first release of 2015, and as usual, it’s a massive one. Brotherhood is a tech monster with some tribal spice thrown in for good measure, with a drop that penetrates your eardrums with rapidfire synthwork. Join the Brotherhood here.
Matt Ferry of Beatport contributed to this article.