After spending last week working Beyond Wonderland in the Bay Area, I’m a little burnt out on mainstream EDM. This week’s chart of New Future Bass Songs definitely reflects that with a heavy leaning towards more experimental electronic sounds. Since Mr. Carmack is one of my favorite experimental producers, this chart has quite a few Carmack influenced beats on it.
1. Mojito, Louis Futon
Not even sure what genre to call this. It has a a heavy dubstep bass line like you might hear on a Deep Medi track mixed with some airy future bass synths.
2. Recognize (Promnite Remix), Partynextdoor
Jersey club and trap collide on Promnite’s latest remix.
3. Macking In The Car (I Don’t Drive), Djemba Djemba
Djemba Djemba says this was “dedicated to my fav friend without a license”. Judging from the beat and the picture, I think it’s fair to say that friend is rising beat scene star Mr. Carmack.
4. Do It Like You (Kevin Villeco X Sushi Killer X Grimecraft Remix), Diggy
Full on kawaii remix from 3 up and coming future bass producers.
5. Money (Bleep Bloop Remix), Lido
Dope 140bpm remix of Lido’s future bass anthem. Great DJ tool for anyone who spins a lot of 140bpm tunes.
6. Bonfire (Braeden Bailey Remix), Childish Gambino
Braeden Bailey going full blown Carmack on this Childish Gambino remix. Just one more reason “Carmack” should be a genre on iTunes.
7. YNGTHG, aywy. & EphRem
Young Thug sample with some Carmack flair is a recipe for beat scene magic.
8. Take U There (Pusher Flip), Jack U feat. Kiesza
Jack U’s first single gets the neon, future bass treatment from rising star Pusher.
9. King Kong Beaver, Hudson Mohawke
Massive tune from HudMo, one of the innovators of what we now know as future bass.
10. Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe (StarRo Bitch Don’t Kill My 80’s Vibe Remix), Kendrick Lamar
StarRo goes all out 80’s on this refreshing remix of Kendrick Lamar’s ubiquitous tune.