Taylor Barnes here, back again with the 44th installment of new future bass songs. I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving with their families, I know I did. If you’re still in a food coma from Thanksgiving, I have some exciting new music that should help you break free from tryptophan’s clutches. This week’s chart features music from Team Supreme’s first lady, Dot, a remix of everyone’s favorite hood anthem (if you’re in love with the coco that is), and a new track from one of the founding father’s of dubstep, Joker.
1. The Power, Yung Gud
My favorite song off the Sad Boys’ producer’s debut solo EP. This whole release is packed with experimental electronic gold.
2. Space Race, Dot
Team Supreme’s leading lady recently released a brilliant new album ‘SQ-1’. Tons of quality beat material. This bouncy, glitched out track made the cut for this week’s new future bass songs.
3. Taboo, Seiho
A nice blend of club and future bass styles from Japanese producer Seiho.
4. No Good (Sam Gellaitry Remix), The Prodigy
Soulection wunderking Sam Gellaitry can do no wrong. His latest release samples The Prodigy’s “No Good” for a mellow, yet dance floor friendly tune.
5. Faith, Milo Mills
Milo Mills is capable of producing many styles ranging from jersey club, upbeat wave racer style future bass, to experimental. His latest release showcases his more experimental side, opting for a much less dance friendly vibe than some of his other tracks. “Faith” is one of the more exciting songs off his ’1 3 1 3’ EP, which revolves around a slowly building melody which the rest of the track moves and evolves around.
6. What You Thinkin Bout, Bamf
This track sounds like Mount Kimbie if they tried their hand at making a future bass tune. It bubbles and pops with flourishes of melodies throughout.
7. Loading (DZA Remix), Broken Haze
An upbeat and vibrant future bass track courtesy of Russian producer DZA.
8. CoCo (Young Luxenberg Club Edit), OT Genasis
Dave Luxe shows off his remix of OT Genasis’ hood anthem via his new alias Young Luxenberg.
9. Hypnotik (Darq E Freaker Remix), Keys N Krates
Grime producer Darq E Freaker puts an atmospheric, future bass spin on Keys N Krates latest release.
10. Midnight, Joker
Dubstep legend Joker’s music always sounded a little like future bass. his forthcoming release is more similar than ever with its lush synth lines and well placed vocal samples.