With modern bass, dubstep and trap music, listeners and listeners are always chasing the next big track to blow up the crowds on a festival stage. Presented by EDM.com Heat Check is a list of the most ear -catching, burning, and ‘burning’ tracks that have come out of the bass and freeform scene.
“GTID” – Jantsen, SuperAve.
Jantsen returns with another heavy tone, this time with anonymous, prodigal producer, SuperAve .. The two teamed up for a loud, high-pitched volume designed to damage multiple speaker systems. speaker.
“Narnia” – Ganja White Night
The unprotected boys went through fans at 4/20, offering their first album since 2019. Rangy, old school dubstep of “Narnia” kept the audience and fans alive. wanting the fun of the duo, new energy.
“Shadow Work” – Engix, Vibe Emissions
Growing producers Engix and Vibe Emissions have teamed up with MorFlo Records to deliver the Work in the shadows EP. The title track offers insight into the two’s passion for the perfect combination of sonic adventure and adds more admiration to their growing projects.
“Stark” – One Hundred Drums
Who is willing to invite the world of One Hundred Drums? While the producer closed last year on a Lofi EP, ‘AHD’ is back in true form with its latest singles. “Stark” brings back the dark, deep dup vibe and added hype to his upcoming summer project.
“Velcro” – Thank you Frank
The Jadū Dala brand rarely misses releases, and this latest from Dank Frank is no different. The futuristic trap delivers fun, wild energy, while the second drop offers a more experimental approach to bass.
“Stinger” – ISOxo, RL Grime
Trap god RL Grime is back, offering the latest single on his label, Sable Valley. In partnership with ISOxo, RL once again stands for an epic, despite the horrible difference within the trap banger.
“Dip and Draw” – Manic Focus
At the other end of the bass spectrum we have “Dip and Devise,” an electro jam bop by Manic Focus. His latest solo reminds you of those moments in the woods where his music, lighting and uplifting arrangement of production styles take you to another place.
“Bunker Buster” – Excision, Subtronics
In one of the largest collaborations of the year, the Excision and Cyclops Army, Subtronics, used most of their energy. The track builds like a standard 4-on-the-floor, before the first drop releases the hard-hitting dubstep style X is known for. The second drop shows more of the Subtronics line; offering a wing before the actual droplet explodes with experimental vigor.
“Rhinestones” – DMVU
The Colorado maker DMVU has always stood up for creating interesting sounds and moments in his production. The latest track lives up to its name, delivering sparkling moments of sound with an abundance of different organic and manipulated samples.
“Supercritical” – Opalyte
“#tattoos” – capshun, Colson XL, ero808
“OMG WTF” – Kyral x Banko
“Watching From a Distance” – Esseks
“Mideasy” – Mad Zach, yunis
“DOMINATION” – Kayzo, Papa Roach, Sullivan King
“Soul Killa” – Kraddy, Eko Zu, KillWill
“Addicted (Kumarion Remix)” – A True God
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