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Oye Globalistas and Happy Easter!


As the Easter holidays loom into view and the opportunity to get out and party arises, we hit you with some hot new Global Bass tracks that you you might hear (or play) this weekend. Beleza.


First up, a new two-tracker from the large haired one, Munchi:




The midas man from my neck of the woods:




How about some Neo-Baile from Zee Reach?




All Junglists! Cheers Lacroixx:




Fetty Wap get’s Kasbo’d, it’s the Future:





And finally, some Chilean Acid:



Posted on: March 24th, 2016 by Bumps

One Eye On The Future!

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Greetings from the all seeing eye.


Let’s jump into our time machines again to visit the era of Future Bass. How they do it, I don’t know. Creating tunes in the future that they release in the here and now! Mind boggling. Anyway, enough with the shenanigans, let’s get loaded up on some fresh Future beats. Stand by for offerings from the usual suspects, including: Troyboi. Flosstradamus, Just A Gent, the mighty Seventh Wonder and a few other wannabee Nostradami. Cross my palm with silver, let’s go…



Let’s start with a bit of Willy Wonka…















And from the darker end of the pool:



Posted on: March 11th, 2015 by Bumps

The Future Is Here! But It Sounds Like Yesterday.

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So, you know the Future right?


It’s a prefix that’s been heavily employed over the past year or so. There’s “Future Bass”, “Future Soul”, “Future Garage”, “Future Funk” and plain old “Future”. Sometimes it also gets called “Chill Trap” depending on who’s selling it to you. Chief exponents (for me) would be Mr Carmack, Troyboi, Just A Gent, Grant Bowtie, Hegemon and YK. There are loads more and I’m sure I’m missing someone important, so I’m sorry if your reading this and thinking, hey, what about me?


Now, as much as I like (what I perceive to be the style of) Future, I’m not quite so sure it’s really a new genre. I think I see it’s current form borne of the work of Hudson Mohawke, Daft Punk and producers like  Flosstradamus. But, you could go back further with the influence of Timbaland with his double time fills and minor chords. In fact there also S.O.S. Band type 70’s Jazz Funk in there too as well as the whole influence of practically all dance music since the birth of modern electronic music in the 80’s. So House, Garage, Hip Hop, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Broken Beat, Detoit Techno, Euro Hardfloor, Dirty South and later Genre’s like Juke and Footwork are all represented here. It’s influence is the culmination of 30 years or so of great dance music.


It is also interesting how the music is presented, with blog behemoths like EDM.com and Thissongissick.com being the main pushers and more or less controlling what’s up and what’s not. So it ain’t new and if it really is the future, then we shouldn’t have heard it yet, surely? Wouldn’t time fold in on it’s self or something equally disastrous. It’s a paradox!



To me, Fuse by Hudson Mohawke from five years ago, sort of provides the blueprint for Future Bass:



Here’s a few of my fave “Future” tunes from the past year or so:















And now here’s some fresh shizzle!

















Posted on: December 12th, 2014 by Bumps

New Troyboi

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London calling.


Yes Globalistas, London Town’s Troyboi returns with yet another dope joint in his own glitchy, global tinged, R n’ B stylee. Some call it Chill Trap, some call it Future Bass, I call it dope. Beleza…



Posted on: May 31st, 2014 by Bumps