After a brief hiatus, we're back with some fresh Future Bass finds just in time for the weekend.
This week was loaded with quality new music for bassheads to sink into and we've compiled a selection that can't be overlooked. Whether it's Alexander Lewis' flip of Mr. Carmack, a difficult decision regarding music from Ganz, or Sam Gellaitry covering Outkast, this chart proves right now is an exciting time for Bass music.
Full playlist at the bottom.
Planet Rock - 'Need U'
Amazing future bass tune from one of LA's most underrated production teams. Keep an eye on these guys.
Mr. Carmack - 'Pay For What (Alexander Lewis Trombone Flip)'
Who knew a trombone would make the perfect addition to this Carmack track? Shoutout to Alexander Lewis for this one.
Azura - 'Redemption'
Porter Robinson? Chances are you'll love Azura. He has the same huge synths, cinematic sounds, and vocoded female vocals as Porter with a little extra grit thrown in. Another producer definitely worth keeping an eye on.
Ganz - 'Faded'
Although it was tough to choose a favorite from Ganz's 'GAO' EP, I went with this one for its soaring future bass synth work and sleek vocal chops.
Sam Gellaitry - 'd a o s'
Sam Gellaitry covering Outkast? Does it get any better than this?
DAWN - 'How I Get It'
After bringing Kelela into the spotlight, no surprise that the Fade To Mind crew teamed up with the insanely talented DAWN. Label head Kingdom produced the whole 'Infrared' EP, and his futurist club music influence is very apparent throughout.
Slumberjack feat. Daniel Johns - 'Open Fire'
Another massive future bass tune from Slumberjack. Emotive vocals from Daniel Johns balance out the duo's vibrant, yet gritty bass lines.
Yugi Boi - 'Hot Up In The 6'
Chill trap at its finest from Yugi Boi. The 6 God himself would be proud.
Tek. - 'Self Made (Baba)'
One of the most underrated on HW&W's roster, Tek. never ceases to impress. His latest is a super chilled out track with glittering chimes, and slowly undulating synthesizers.
Tasty Treat feat. Malcolm Anthony - 'My Crew'
K Theory's Malcolm Anthony teams up with Tasty Treat for a massive trap anthem. I don't usually include tracks like this in my chart, but I couldn't resist.