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, Skream throws a curveball with a release on Crosstown Rebels, Wiwek brings a second helping of jungle terror, and more.
Deep/Tech | Sebastian Ledher & David San – Shopper EP [Psicodelica]
Continuing to solidify their foundation as one of the finest deep tech labels in the dance music game, Psicodelica unleash their latest EP from Sebastian Ledher and David San, Shopper. A master class in restrained groove and pummeling bass, both Shopper and B-Side Party People are unquestionable after-hours must-haves. Play them both at midnight or later and you’ll see what we mean. Go shopping here.
Deep/Tech | Skream – Still Lemonade [Crosstown Rebels]
Skream’s debut on Crosstown Rebels is one we couldn’t wait to hear. From dubstep to techno, the sound output of this prolific producer has taken many dramatic turns. His latest through Damian Lazarus’ legendary label is a sterling celebration of the modern melancholic sound moving bodies across the globe. The mysterious Redshape takes on remix duties on the flip with a moody, growling rework that builds into a weapons-grade dancefloor demolisher. Get it here.
Progressive/Electro | Joman & Lea Luna – High Fidelity (Club Mix) [Magik Muzik]
The Colorado-based pair of Joman and Lea Luna are no strangers to the local or national EDM scene, with releases on some of the hottest EDM labels and gigs sprinkled across the lower 48. Their latest, High Fidelity, could be the breakout hit the pair has needed to explode onto the scene. Joman said this collab has been hidden in the vault for the past two years, but it’s finally seeing the light of day, in all its unabashed melodic electro glory. Grab it here.
Jungle Terror | Wiwek – Jungle Terror EP Vol. 2 [Barong Family]
The crowned prince of jungle terror is back with a second helping of tribal madness, and it might be even crazier than the first. With influences ranging from Jamaican dancehall to traditional Bollywood music, this is an eclectic EP that is sure to help him grow his fanbase all over the world. Pick it up here.
Trance | Alexandre Bergheau – Titanides (Original Mix) [Armada Captivating]
Armada darling Alexandre Berghau returns to his label of choice with a monster of a track known as Titanides. The Titanides were the six earth-goddess daughters of Heaven (Ouranos) and Earth (Gaia), which is an especially interesting choice for a song title given Armin and Rank 1’s Gaia side project. Perhaps they lent him a bit of a hand? Decide for yourself here.
Matt Ferry of Beatport contributed to this article.