The writers at Trapstyle serve up a platter full of this weeks goodies. This series is all about digging up some gnarly bass heavy tunes for all our readers. Showcasing some of the last two week’s insane songs, we hope you all begin to enjoy the series as it continues to develop. For our first edition of the playlist we’ve got tracks and remixes from up and comers, Slushii, Aylen, Quix, Dapp, and more. From bass house to dubstep to trap, our curated 5 tracks are intended to never leave your ears as soon as you hear them. Enjoy!
1.Wiwek & Skrillex Ft Elliphant – Killa (Slushii Remix)
FINALLY! ever since the remix has surfaced the internet since Jack U‘s Coachella set, this has been deemed as the ‘remix of the year’ by many. Using the original leads, Slushii adds a bouncy sub bass and turns the wildness up a notch.
2.Aylen & DIV/IDE – Bump That
If you like bass house then you’re going to love this, it’s about as crazy as it gets. The assortment of basslines are enough to tire you out on the dance floor. This tune is hot and ready to be served out to many house fanatics this upcoming festival season. Keep an eye on the two artists, they’re starting to look very promising.
3.Troyboi – Afterhours ft. Diplo & Nina Sky (QUIX REMIX)
After the hit song ‘Afterhours‘ was released it was placed in about every trap playlist you could have stumbled upon. Quix took it upon himself to give it his own rendition and while using the original track’s ambience and vocals, he still manages to adapt it to that signature sound of his that’s been getting him all this attention. Quix is one of the more prominent trap producers to come out of late 2015, continuing his massive surge of insane music in 2016.
4.Callie Reiff x Dapp – Wobble
Two newcomers enter the bass music scene as they gift us with a sick ‘clubhouse’ tune. Callie Reiff and Dapp pair up to land ‘Wobble’ on Fool’s Gold Records. Now you wouldn’t usually come to Fool’s Gold for these types of songs but don’t judge a book by it’s cover.
5.Iso:R – Murder House
Dubstep enthusiasts will be satisfied after hearing what Iso:R has cooked up for us in his kitchen. This track is surprisingly filthy and deserves much more recognition than it has. Fitting in place as it finds its home at Maverick’s Playlist, a new and wild record label that continues to push boundaries.
Let us know which of the five tracks were your favorite. Did we miss any? let us know in the comment section. See you all next week.