Top 10 Future Bass Tracks — 7.6.15 Chart

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I'm back once again with a list of the top 10 future bass tracks to get you through the week. Hopefully everyone had a good 4th of July weekend. As always I tried to strike a balance between chill sounds and more upbeat tracks, so whether you want to keep the vibe going from the weekend or are trying to turn down and nurse that hangover, there's something worth listening to here.

1.
“Let’s Go!”
BeauDamian
bit bird

BeauDamian kicks off this week’s installment of the top 10 future bass tracks with some high energy future bass released via San Holo’s label/“creative company”.

2.
“Come Again (Mavis Bacon Remix)”
M-Flo

J-Pop duo M-Flo gets a future bass/jersey club remix from Mavis Bacon. I wonder if he teaches pigs how to type or people how to cook bacon. Either way, this remix is super fresh.

3.
“Summer Ft. Etta Bond, Avelino, Dun D”
Raf Riley

Contrary to what its title might lead you to believe, “Summer” is not a feel good anthem. Instead Raf Riley offers a mellow, SBTRKT style beat as a backdrop for Etta Bond, Avelino, and Dun D’s vocal talents.

4.
“Living Water (Vesper Town Remix)”
P4N4
Velkro

The latest from Vesper Town is a chaotic cacophony of future bass sirens and high energy, frenzied noises.

5.
”My Way (Flosstradamus & 4B Remix)
Fetty Wap

This isn’t something I would usually post, but it goes so hard I couldn’t resist. The club breakdown around 2:40 just makes it that much better.

6.
“Comet (with Alexander Lewis & Chase Moore)”
Mike Gao

Mike Gao appears on yet another edition of the top 10 future bass tracks, this time for his mysterious and ethereal future beat collab with Alexander Lewis and Chase Moore.

7.
“Oxi”
Moody Good

Moody Good’s latest is an interesting trap beat that draws influence from traditional Greek music. This is seemingly appropriate as Greece plunges further into chaos due to their national debt crisis.

8.
“Wiggle Bit”
Orphic
Adapted Records

Orphic’s latest tune is a medley of funky, glitched out madness. It’s out now via Adapted Records’ Glitch & Funk Vol.1 Compilation.

9.
“Someone New (esta Remix)”
Banks

Banks gets a bouncy Soulection style house music flip courtesy of esta.

10.
“Suede (J-Louis Remix)”
NxWorries

Another Soulection artist rounds out this week’s chart with his remix of Anderson Paak and Knxwledge’s collaborative project NxWorries.

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