Along with the just-released EP by producer JVST SAY YES, we have yet another exciting bass house track by JOYRYDE with, ‘The Box‘.
While previously producing as one half of Let’s Be Friends, ‘The Box’ (#Brad Pitt House [A reference to the film Se7en]) is one of a string of bass house releases leading the genre.
Check it out here:
Dubstep master, Ray Volpe, has delivered a trap/dubstep hybrid remix of ‘Happy Bro Things‘, originally and recently released by good friend and fellow dubsteppper, Tisoki.
This remix shortly follows Volpe’s filthy dubstep release ‘Bad Guys‘ released a month prior.
Check out the Happy Bro Things remix here:
Long time Aussie favourite, the young Just A Gent has released a spine-tinglingly good future bass (#lovetronica) remix of the Temper Trap’s ‘Fall Together‘.
This comes off a steady streak of similar smash-hits which is sure to continue.
For another excellent Temper Trap remix, be sure to listen to RAC‘s remix of ‘Sweet Disposition‘. Otherwise, check out Gent’s latest here:
Bass house lovers can rejoice with the latest release by genre-forerunner JVST SAY YES, with his ‘Give It Time‘ EP.
Released on Disciple Recordings, a label founded by one half of Dodge & Fuski (a duo also rumoured to be connected to the JVST SAY YES alias), the 4-track EP contains collabs with Brillz and Torro Torro, showing off his signature twisted bass-y goodness!
My personal favourite is ‘You Wanna‘, what’s yours? Check them out here:
Austrian up-and-comer ESH has blown us away with his heavy G-house remix of Galantis’ track ‘No Money’. The new song is following his equally impressive future house remix of The Chainsmoker’s ‘Dont Let Me Down feat. Daya‘. Check it out:
Havok Roth and Holly have kindly given us the appropriately named trap single, ‘Octane’. With previous collaborations with Crankdat, including a DJ Snake – ‘Propaganda’ remix, this is another great release from Havok and his signature brand of trap, with help from Holly, the Portuguese producer with previous collaborations with the likes of DROELOE, Quix, MYRNE and more.
Other respective bangers from the pair include Havok Roth’s ‘Mothership‘ and Holly & Hound’s awesomely warped trap song ‘Heckler‘.
The father of future house, French producer Tchami, has been on a steady roll of innovative releases under his Confession label. The release of ‘Drop That’, the new track by fellow Frenchman Loge21 is no exception, with Tchami himself including it in his live sets for months.
The introduction of relative newcomer Loge21 to Confessions is a match made in heaven, joining the ranks of Mercer, Malaa (rumoured to be a Tchami and DJ Snake side-project) and more, creating a label to watch out for.
Prior to this release, Loge21 has also blessed us with personal favourite ‘Get Down‘, and a killer remix of Martin Solveig’s ‘+1’.
Hugely prolific U.S. trap producer Mr. Carmack has received a hugely powerful ‘trombone flip’ of his song, ‘Pay For What’, by fellow trap producer Alexander Lewis.
For those of you unfamiliar with Lewis’ work, he is someone you’ll want to get around quickly. Take his single ‘Dangerous‘ as an example.
Dutch producer GANZ has given Hoodboi‘s ‘Closer’ an energetic future bass remix, released on A-Trak’s prestigious Fool’s Gold Records label. This latest release is followed by GANZ’s previous collaboration with What So Not on the single ‘Lone‘, also featuring vocals from JOY.
These releases are in anticipation of GANZ’s GAO EP, set to be released 13th May under his own label, The Hard Headed.
Under his very own Heldeep Records label, German future house prodigy Oliver Heldens has released ‘Space Sheep’ in collaboration with the Dutch duo, Chocolate Puma, twisting the boundaries of the genre Heldens helped to pioneer.
This is not Chocolate Puma’s first foray into producing future house tracks, with ‘Listen to the Talk‘ released with Spinnin’ Records earlier this year, as well as another unreleased collaboration with Heldens not-so-secret alias, Hi-Lo.