If you’re one of our loyal visitors you will probably remember our weekly Bass Drippin’ editions. We’ve decided to continue this item, so here we are again, bringing you the 11th issue of Thursday Bass Drippin’.
This week Andres & Kuffi teamed up creating the following selection of Future Bass, Trap, UK and Bass tunes. Enjoy!
Jeftuz is on a roll. This Dutch producer recently had a sweet release on HW&W’s “The Dutch” and next to that he keeps amazing us with remixes on tacky songs like Justin Bieber’s “All That Matters“. We don’t know how, but he’s actually turning them in to lovely tracks (yep, guilty pleasure). His newest track is a remix on “Cashmere Cat – Party Girls”.
Sweater Beats turns up the bass on the very soulful and melodic new single “Swimming Slow” by London based singer Py. Expect a lot more this year from both artists who have many things on deck and ready to go.
This track is pure, non-filtered, and unadulterated drum & bass fun. Rachel Foxx is a London singer full of power and beauty and although she may say sing that she feels ‘trapped’ it certainly doesn’t feel like it.
The eccentric producer Slugabed goes to town with his recent single “WATERFALLSsssss ☂ ☂.” I used the word eccentric, because honestly I don’t how this guy gets. His synth work and sample manipulation is out of this world. Everything seems to flow so smoothly easily.
ƱZ comes out of the depths of his extremely busy schedule of touring and recording to drop this 100 BPM twerk banger with unknown but talented producer, Aazar. Next time you need to get people moving at an event, play this and we guarantee twerking and debauchery will ensue.
Continuging on our coverage of the M|O|D crew we look at Guestflakes alum Yung Satan and his exclusive track “Offers.” The track is taken from his up-coming EP “Nite” and will be available through the homies over at M|O|D HQ.
Our dude Paveun once again shows why he and all of the lads from RAW Records are a force to be reckoned with in the footwork scene. “Searching” will have you sideways with the intensity of Paveun’s ferocious low-end kick attacks. Keep tabs on these guys because the Montreal footwork scene is a contender.
G Jones & Bleep Bloop are definitely two of our favorite producers. So when these two start to collab, you know it will be fire. We’re pretty sure you will break down everything around you at 1:04. Phalanges. They will be broken.
Whiskers Po just hit 3000 followers on Soundcloud and decided to throw up a new tune. The genre is “Crying with a boner” so you know this is going to be some emotional shit. Heh. This is a tune though, remix on “Next – Too Close”. Hopefully calmes you down a little bit after all these heavy bass tunes.