Arcatype Share Drum & Bass Songs They’ve Been Adding To Their Spotify Playlists

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Symmetry is kicking off the summer vibes with a new Various Artist album “Summetry”, following their recent EP from DSP and double-sided single from KonSoul.

Focusing on musical, deep and liquid DnB flavours for this release, tracks were handpicked to encapsulate the spirit of the season. We caught up with Arcatype who offered one of the exclusives for Symmetry’s LP, about which tracks they’ve been adding to their Spotify playlists this summer season.

Halogenix – Would you

Halogenix shows off his perfect blend of smooth melodies and moody basslines on this one.

Arcatype – Space Age

Brand new single from us, out now on Symmetry Recordings ‘Summetry Vol. 1’

Garvo – Rok Steady

Dubbed out bliss from Garvo, full of great percussion, dub vocals, and a catchy progressive bassline.

Martyn – B.C.2

Dark and Steppy Drum and Bass from Martyn on Berghain’s Osgut Ton label.

Skee Mask – Kozmic Flush

This is a lovely Intricate track from Skee Mask, with syncopated drum patterns alongside lush pads and resonant arpeggiating synths.

Xtrah, Foreign Concept – Harsh Reality

A favourite of ours from the Critical back catalogue, this one has an incredibly infectious baseline.

Ulterior Motive, Quandrant, Iris – Intuition

Old school flavours bought up to date, this is bound to do damage on the dance floor Ill Truth, Satl,

Charli Brix – In Your Soul (Lenzman Remix)

Incredible remix from Lenzman on this Ill Truth and Satl tune, with an amazing top line from Charli Brix.

Technimatic – Bristol (Break Remix)

Great remix from Break, full-on Bristol bass vibes, and super clean production as you would expect.

Wax Doctor – Heat

One of our favourite Wax Doctor tunes, packed with classic breaks and luxurious pads.

Hannah Helbert

Content Writer | Bass Music News & Editorials at T.H.E - Music Essentials
Hannah has worked in the music industry for over five years, spending her time primarily across dubstep and drum & bass. However, she's a fan of a variety of sub-genres, which also include bassline, garage, tech house and many other types of electronic music.
Hannah Helbert

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