By: Taylor Barnes
What's good people? Taylor Barnes here with this week's top 10 bass tracks. If you've been digging my posts so far be sure to follow me on Twitter to stay up to date with what's going on in the world of trap, beat, and bass music.
1. Aerosol Can (Carmack Refix), Major Lazer and Pharell
Fresh banger from Mr. Carmack. Need I say more?
2. Deezy Bounce, Great Dane
Great Dane's Beta Cat EP was just released a few days ago, and I couldn't be more stoked about it. "Deezy Bounce" is a great sample of the EP, and there's also a cool little music video that the Team Supreme crew made for it. Peep the video here: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Di4itm3cgZE)
3. Prom Nite (Shash'U Remix), Sinjin Hawke
Shash'U took this remix in a really interesting direction chopping Sinjin Hawke's "Prom Nite" into a downtempo, melodic beat track. This is definitely an artist to keep your eyes on.
4. Sucka (DJ Sliink & DJ Hoodboi & Trippy Turtle Remix), August Alsina
"Sucka" is an absolutely massive remix from the three heavyweights of Jersey Club. Jersey Club supergroup? We can only hope...
5. Don't Wait (Giraffage Remix), Mapei
After remixing The Dream's 'Love/Hate' album in its entirety, you'd think that Giraffage might take a little break from producing. Nope. He's back at it with another vibrant, atmospheric future R&B remix of Mapei's "Don't Wait".
6. Back Seat Ho (Rustie Remix), Machinedrum
This is a massive remix from Rustie, flipping Machinedrum's footwork sound into a heavy UK Bass banger. I can't wait for this one to be released.
7. Work (Starkey Remix), Decibel & Slick Don
Prime example of well produced grime. FYI, this is GRIME not DUBSTEP. Educate yourself.
8. Waterfall, Evian Christ
Evian Christ was one of the producers who contributed to Kanye West's 'Yeezus' album in a big way. The same raw, aggressive electronic sound is present on this tune. Warning: not for the faint of heart.
9. In Distress, A$AP Rocky X Gesaffelstein
Although this isn't exactly bass music, I'm really excited about this track and I know no one else would have posted it.
10. Flips And Flops, Drips And Drops, Electric Mantis
Some people are calling Electric Mantis the next Flume, and I can see why. Personally, I think he has an even more unique, glitchy sound than Flume. I'm excited to see what's next for this wunderkind producer, and I would strongly advise everyone to keep an eye (or ear) on him.
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