Top 10 Future House Chart - 8.24.2015 - New Electronic Music

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This week we have another top-notch week in future house, really one of those that makes me glad we started this chart. With two tracks in the top 5 this week, we have Spinnin' - not a label I would expect to make such a rapid rise in the genre. Be sure to check out last week's chart if you enjoy this week.

1. “Kill for Me", Madeaux, Fool's Gold

Madeaux's debut on Fool's Gold Records makes the case for all the hype over this guy, and explains why we think he shows signs of superstardom. His next EP is going to be huge, and we can't wait to hear it.

2. “Duckface", Ephwurd feat. DKAY, Spinnin'

Datsik's been the don for a long time, and with Ephwurd he shows the world how transgressive his bass-slinging abilities can be. As Ephwurd, Datsik and partner Bais Haus dropped the Jauz collab "Rock the Party" , and they'll be debuting the live show at Escape later this year.

3. “Flux”, Funkin Matt, Dim Mak

Funkin Matt's last single, "Rapture", dropped on Mad Decent and hit #8 in a packed week on our future house chart. But this new single really captures a stylistic edge and sees Funkin Matt igniting a fire under the world.

4. “Make It Clap”, BURNS, DOORN Records

I see BURNS as an underrated producer who has consistently brought out ace work since his earliest Calvin Harris remixes, and I hope that with this latest single on DOORN Records, he receives even more of his due.

5. “Hoohah”, Fox Stevenson & Curbi, Spinnin'

Big room future house done right. So god damn fun.

6. “Wappy Flirt”, HI-LO, Heldeep

Relentless.

7. “Pump This (Apashe Remix)”, Snails & heRobust, OWSLA

The Ghastly and Drezo remixes are both tight, but this one takes the cake, reaching a level of intensity that spares no expense in its explosiveness.

8. “Deep Down Low (Wuki Remix)”, Valentino Khan, OWSLA

Wuki holds his spot from last week's chart with this banging Valentino Khan mix.

9. “Get On Up”, Jauz x Pegboard Nerds, Monstercat

Off of the upcoming Monstercat 024, this collab between Jauz and Pegboard Nerds harkens back to Pegboard Nerds' older, heavier style, influenced by Jauz's signature rumbles.

10. “Another Love”, Linier feat. CAYO

We have a big closer this week; I've never heard of Linier, but with such a smooth sail into our chart I can only see them rising.

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.