Future Trap | R3HAB & Khrebto’s “You Could Be” Is Fire Flames Goodness

Posted by on September 15, 2017

Featured today on “New Music Friday”, R3HAB and Khrebto team up to drop “You Could Be”, a future bass banger that we’ve had on repeat all day long. It checks all the boxes. Female vocals? Check. Future bass drop? Yep. Future House Synths? Done. It’s a derivative of everything else out there right now, but it’s a well produced derivative. Bottom line, it’s a great track that you need to get familiar with. Immediately.

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Future Trap | Folded Dragons Drops Future Bass Remix Of Alaina Cross’s “Six Ft”

Posted by on September 15, 2017

This remix not only is Folded Dragons very first release, but creates a hybrid experience through the use of bass genres that make the ears perk up. Folded Dragons is Albert Pan, based in New York City. The vibe that Pan taps into is down the earth and easy to see eye to eye with. An animated, created-by-paper fantasy world where Dragons live, the electronic music acting as the theme music of the imagery world to play out in the mind. At least that’s what I took away. Folded Dragons is on a cool path right now, interested to see how the rest of the year plays out.

Future Trap | OYO And TEMPLE Release Original Future Bass Tune “Powerless”

Posted by on September 4, 2017

Few future bass releases can actually deliver a genuine epic feeling these days, dance this year being saturated with hundreds of songs with this theme built into it. OYO breaks through the noise with something that feels original and delivers that sweet sauce needed to make an impact via “Powerless.” OYO and Temple come from an experienced writer background, both switching to a solo artist direction and showing what they are made of. “Powerless” foreshadows the quality that has yet to come.

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Future Trap | Ruchir Drops Uplifting Future Bass Single “So I’m Gone Ft. NGO & Croosh”

Posted by on August 29, 2017

Ruchir has a little bit of something that all uplifting dance music fans can relate with, via “So I’m Gone Ft. NGO & Croosh,” the on point future bass track that proves Ruchir has consistent talent. His previous release got supported by some of the biggest names on SoundCloud and undoubtably thrived on the online platform, clearing over 850K plays. Ruchir is just starting out and have some serious momentum already, time will tell if he has all the key elements that make an audience stick and the vision grow.

You can stream “So I’m Gone Ft. NGO & Croosh” by Ruchir in full above.

Future Trap | Phil Good and Cruels Join Forces For “Best Beheavior”

Posted by on June 2, 2017

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Two hot forces of nature come together with the marriage of Phil Good and Cruels, each having more than notable success – Phil Good having previously worked with k?d and Cruels having, on Spotify, locked down 5 million plays on one song and over 200,000 place on his others – these two truly match the best versions of their sounds on recent single “Best Behavior.”

At its core, “Best Behavior” is a crossover of future bass / indie – electronic / soul, the result is fascinating, one highlight being the vocals and drop have equally strong melodies that create certain synergy with each other.

These two have locked down dozens of solid achievements, multi–millions of streams, and are pushing the envelope when it comes to sound design.

Future Trap | LZRD Gives New Life To 3LAU & Said The Sky’s “Fire”

Posted by on May 24, 2017

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LZRD has arisen amongst the SoundCloud producer masses with a new take on the popularized future bass sound. The rather-unknown producer has been a serial collaborator with T-Mass and flipped songs from Kygo, Illenium, the Chainsmokers and more. Next up on his remix hitlist, LZRD decides to inject a high-octane flavor into 3LAU & Said The Sky’s “Fire.” While the original is a soft, elegant electronic ballad, LZRD looks to heighten the emotional impact by layering a ferocious kick drum, biting vocal chops, and grandiose

Future Trap | Gryffin & Illenium Set Sights On Radio With New Daya-Assisted Single, “Feel Good”

Posted by on March 14, 2017

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Gryffin has been an anomaly on the Internet over the past couple years with his savant-like ability to craft infectious melodies and bumping basslines. While his first two singles “Heading Home” and “Whole Heart” were incredible successes, the LA-based multi-instrumental is pushing the envelope with his new offering, “Feel Good,” where he teamed up with melodic bass favorite Illenium and Grammy-winning vocalist Daya. Beautiful yet powerful and an intricate balance of dance and pop element, this trio offer up one of the most promising tracks of the spring and it’ll be interesting to see it blossom. Listen now above.