Top 10 Future House / Bass House Tracks of the Week – 8.14.15 Chart – New Electronic Music

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Welcome to week #3 of the future house chart! It's been a long week, and I'm so glad the weekend is finally here. If you enjoy these tracks, be sure to check out last week's chart as well as week #1.

1. “Palm Sprung", Hotel Garuda

Hotel Garuda takes on two of dance music's most remixed tracks, Breach's "Jack" and Lil Jon's "Get Low", and flips them into this beast of a Splash House theme. It also features the amazing Obama-doppelgänger cover art above you.

2. “Heaven", Drezo

A perennial head-nodder, it's the trippy break in between the drops that fuels the massive energy of this rolling bassline.

3. “Krush Groove”, Wax Motif, Mad Decent

"Krush Groove" brings a future house edge to Wax Motif's latest EP True Joy, released on Mad Decent today.

4. “Stars & Bars”, Fawks, Downright

We've been following Fawks for a minute, and his latest double-A-side for Downright really hits. Both singles are featured this week.

5. “Children of the Future”, Cazztek vs. Robert Miles

The newcomer Cazztek takes on the 1995 Robert Miles trance anthem "Children", abandoning the original's euphoric trance drop for a metallic, modern house style.

6. “Uber”, Goshfather & Jinco x 1DAFUL

"Yo girl just got an Uber, and she's taking it to my place." Damn straight.

7. “Another Level”, Dr. Fresch

Mija labels her style as "fk a genre" on Facebook, but maybe Dr. Fresch should consider adopting a similar slogan. It's tracks like these that make it hard for us to call this a future house chart, but oh well.

8. “The One (Wuki Remix)”, Stanton Brothers

Wuki takes on the legendary Stanton Brothers and holds his own.

9. “Into Darkness”, Taiki Nulight

Taiki Nulight shared his favorite tracks with us this week for our Artist Focus Chart series.

10. “Never Say Never feat. ETML (TKDJS Remix)”, Basement Jaxx

NYC duo TKDJS takes on Basement Jaxx, keeping its uplifting base but sharpening its bass waves a touch.

If you want to send tracks for consideration please e-mail them to me at neal[\\*at*//]magneticmag.com - I do scour SoundCloud for long periods of time, but there's just so much of this stuff being made every week.