After a lengthy hiatus, I've returned with only the best and brightest future bass. This week we have new music from Promnite, KRNE, Falcons, Hex Cougar, and Nina Las Vegas.
"SILVER" - GHASPER [PRMD DSCVR]
The PRMD DSCVR label has been going hard lately, and Ghasper's recent release continues this trend. "Silver" incorporates eerie synths and latin influenced vocal samples in a captivating future trap beat.
"GUNSMOKE (FEAT. DENZEL CURRY, NELL, J.K. THE REAPER & TWELVE'LEN)" - PROMNITE [FOOL'S GOLD RECORDS]
Promnite blends metro boomin-esque trap beats with eastern melodies to craft this masterpiece. Additionally, Denzel Curry lends his talents to the track for a noteworthy verse.
"SOOO (VIP)" - LUUDE
LUUDE is one of the few producers who can expertly blend experimental trap noises and brief moments of melody. His latest track is a great example of that.
"NUMB" - KRNE x SAINTS
This KRNE and SAINTS collaboration sounds a little more like Mura Masa or Louis the Child than KRNE, but I dig it.
"FEEL THE FIRE (EZGOD REMIX)" - PLUTO x YE. [PRMD]
High quality, high energy future bass from Ezgod out of Orlando, Florida.
"PAY ME" - HATI [DON'T DIE AT WORK]
Hati is known for his extremely unusual production style, and rightfully so. His unique approach to trap music has made him a staple presence in my soundcloud feed. Pay Me moves from moments of out of control trap madness to horn laden interludes punctuated by hip hop vocal snippets.
"ANGEL SPEAK (NINA LAS VEGAS REMIX)" - MACHINEDRUM [NINJA TUNE]
Nina Las Vegas flips Machinedrum's original into a future club banger.
"GRAVITY (FALCONS REMIX)" - RIVER TIBER
Falcons takes a breather from the dark, trap sound he's been working on lately for this chilled out River Tiber flip. It still has that Falcons flair on the percussion that gives the track the perfect amount of bounce to vibe to.
"HOW DOES IT FEEL" - HEX COUGAR
Hex Cougar does it again. Another future bass masterpiece.
IN STONE (VALENTINE REMIX) - BASECAMP
Valentine offers a very interesting take on halftime future bass. Basecamp's James Blake styled vocals build into bass heavy wubs that are complemented by chiptune styled synths.
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