Top 10 Future Bass Tracks — 5.4.15 Chart

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Top 10 Future Bass Tracks — 5.4.15 Chart

I just came back from a great trip to the Bay Area. I’m in a pretty great mood, and I think my Soundcloud selections demonstrate that. Tons of great music this week!

1.
“Conspicuous”
Penthouse Penthouse

Penthouse Penthouse earned the #1 spot on this week’s top 10 future bass tracks due to sexy synth lines and the nostalgia factor. I’m pretty sure the Usher classic “Yeah” holds a special place in everyone’s heart.

2.
“Posse”
Nite School Klik
Liquid Amber

DJ Shadow’s Liquid Amber imprint comes correct with another bass heavy beast of a tune. Psychedelic vibes on this one.

3.
“The Giver (Reprise) (Wave Racer Remix)”
Duke Dumont
Virgin EMI Records

Wave Racer puts some feels heavy future bass flair on Duke Dumont’s special track dedicated to that special someone in your life.

4.
“Acid Beta Test”
Mad Zach
Saturate Records

Midi controller master Mad Zach shows off his production skills with the 303-laden “Acid Beta Test”.

5.
“Down On My Luck (J-Louis Remix)”
Vic Mensa

J-Louis puts a that sweet, soulful Soulection spin on Vic Mensa’s Kaytranada produced single.

6.
“Day 6”
Alexander Lewis X JNTHN STEIN

Due to his frequent collaborations, Alexander Lewis has earned a spot on the top 10 future bass tracks for 3 consecutive weeks. His latest track with JNTHN STEIN features a haunting vocal and piano melody that build into a quirky off-kilter beat. I thought it was only fitting that “Day 6” be in the #6 spot.

7.
“s u f r i r”
l s d x o x o

“Love Me Harder” gets a downtempo rework from enigmatic producer lsdxoxo. Coachella turndown tent vibes.

8.
“Porter Robinson Orchestral Melody”
Tydpool

Anyone who’s seen Porter Robinson’s live show will appreciate Tydpool’s tribute based around Porter’s live show intro.

9.
“Money Emoji”
GRRL
One Eight Hundred

GRRL’s latest release is a Kawaii/Jersey club hybrid featuring a tasteful sample of a classic Future track.

10.
“6669 (Malanoche Remix)”
Algory

Malanoche’s take on Algory’s “6669” is downtempo and ambient, yet dark and mysterious.

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