[Bass House:] Tchami – Don’t Let Me Down (feat. Kaelyn Behr) [Loge21 Remix]
One of my new favorite bass house producer’s Loge21 released a remix of Tchami’s “Don’t Let Me Down” today.
The remix incorporates heavy bass and deep synth chords amping up the energy of the original. Be sure to check it out!
Take a trip back in time with this classic Happy Hardcore rave tune.
EDM before it was EDM.
I feel them ravin’ more and more
I like to jump right on the floor
I feel the bass drum 🥁 more and more
It’s time for this…
[Ambient Future House/Chill House:]
Robbie G & Cureton – Here’s My Heart
After all the heavy EDM posts I figured I’d get back to some melodic and relaxing music. Selected music always has great choices when it comes to these categories and Robbie G & Cureton’s “Here’s My Heart” is no different. Filtered vocals, ambient chords and synths and boom clap percussions characteristic of ambient and future house combine for a melodic and entrancing ride in electronic music.
[G House/Bass House:]
Hoes get low, shake that ass on the floor.
Bringing you a G-House banger (think the genre along the likes of BROHUG, Loge21, Dombresky and more) with a title that is true to its words. This song is going to give me nightmares of songs with bass that drops as hard and heavy as this. If you need something heavy going into 2018, don’t sleep on this one.
Skepta – Man (JAUZ Remix)
Bass House and EDM Producer Jauz went off on his remix of Skepta’s “Man.” With plenty of bass, UK Grime lyrics and flow, it’s a solid remix. This is probably one of the first few Skepta songs I have heard (and immediately liked). I have nothing against UK Grime or the UK scene, I’m just not heavy in it. After hearing this song however I might have to join the crew or the gang. *Salute
Got another brand new mix for you guys. Please enjoy a new mix for the beginning of the new year!
[House/U.K. Garage:] Atrip – Apeshit
This is straight pure house music. British producer Atrip channels those early house vibes of the U.K., Chicago and other birthplaces of the scene in “Apeshit.” All the right elements are there, danceable beat, a siren that sounds like an ape going crazy, classic sounding house samples. You can’t go wrong here.