To start off this installment of Unreleased Gold, I thought I’d start with a rump shaking heater from Dillon Francis and GTA. In this track, tentatively titled “Tiites Bounce”, you can hear a perfect combination of both Dillon and GTA’s styles. The heavy banging bass line is sure to get listeners booties moving. Previous versions of the song had been ripped from live sets and featured the vocals of Lil John. This was where the original tentative title had come from, but thankfully it seems like they have decided to move away from that title since those lyrics aren’t incorporated into this new version at all.
I’m extremely excited for this next gem of a tune from NGHTMRE and bass god Flux Pavilion to be released. Tentatively titled “Feel Your Love”, I’ve been hearing it played during both of their sets for the past 4 months or so and oh boy is it something special. The main synth used in this track is like some kind of bass blasting laser gun sawing the listener in half. Check it out and see for yourself why this is my most anticipated unreleased song out there right now.
Here’s a second unreleased NGHTMRE collab next. This time NGHTMRE hooked up with a second legendary bass music producing duo Pegboard Nerds. The song has that signature NGHTMRE glossy bass line coupled with some powerful vocals from none other than the sisters Krewella. A video surfaced about a month ago of the sisters coming out at a Pegboard Nerds show to sing the song live. Check it out below (excuse the terrible audio quality though).
And finally, Slushii and Ookay’s remix of Skrillex’s classic hit “Summit”. Few new bass music producers currently have more hype behind their name than Slushii. Following in Marshmello’s footsteps of being a mysterious food item, Slushii burst into the scene a few months back with a revamped Soundcloud account where he dropped more than half a dozen banging new originals and remixes within the span of about 3 weeks.
He actually just revealed himself (or his face anyways) this past weekend at EDCNY, where both Marshmello and Jauz brought him out as a special guest during their sets. Working together with trap master Ookay, the two put their own trappy twist on the light airy original with a second drop featuring a more moombah influenced sound. Slushii put the track in his most recent mix for Hard Summer, which if you have an hour to kill you should definitely check out. Here’s the link to it, enjoy!