After a lengthy recovery period following a long weekend working EDC, I’ve returned with another chart of the top 10 future bass tracks. This week I kept things pretty mellow with a few high energy tunes thrown in.
“Everybody (Apashe x Oski x Lennon Bootleg)”
I don’t usually post harder trap tracks like this, but this one was too good to resist. This flip of a certified classic earned Apashe, Oski, and Lennon the #1 spot on this week’s top 10 future bass tracks.
Hitmane has perfectly blended high energy future bass with mellow interludes on “All Day”. No relation to Kanye’s ubiquitous summer anthem.
“The Hills (Andrew Luce Remix)”
Trap music wunderkind Andrew Luce has successfully flipped The Weeknd’s latest into a low-key club ready track.
“Heart Attack feat. Owl Eyes (Snakehips Remix)”
Snakehips take a breather from their usual dance floor material, for this vibrant, chilled out remix.
”Life In Grey”
French collective Point Point has been releasing tons of incredible future bass music non-stop. Their latest from the collaborative project between Aazar, Devoted to God, LH4L, and Nomak delivers the same heat we’ve become used to yet again.
“I Just Wanna…feat. Dej Loaf (Penthouse Penthouse Remix)”
Super smooth downtempo vibes from Team Supreme’s resident feels producers Penthouse Penthouse.
“Red Iron Winblade”
Parkinson White’s latest features slightly melancholy synths over ambient pads and a staccato synth lead.
“Dance On Me (PYRMDPLAZA Remix)”
PYRMDPLAZA puts a funky future beat spin on GoldLink’s “Dance On Me”.
“Fantasy (Vices Remix)”
Alina Baraz & Galimatias
Vices gradually builds Alina Baraz & Galimatias’ track from a downtempo tune into a huge future bass banger.
“Kitty Kat (Cavalier Remix)”
Nothing but chilled out summer time vibes on Cavalier’s remix of Baeyonce- I mean Beyonce.
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