The bass drawing scene is in full swing and it’s one that I feel really appreciates.
There’s so much to like about the genre, from the fact that it has been around since the 80s and that the genre is still evolving to the fact it’s still a very collaborative affair, and that it’s fun to watch and enjoy.
The artists you’ve been listening to this year include a ton of great artists, so check out the full list below, along with a ton more to check out in the next few months.10.
A$AP Ferg, I Get It (2016)It’s hard to choose just one of the best bass drawing songs of 2016, but A$ap Ferg’s I Get it is a must-listen for anyone who is a bass drawing fan.
This tune features some of the finest melodies, and a great chorus that really hits home for me.9.
Suedehead, The Great Big Empty (2016)”You are not alone” is the chorus to Suedeehead’s debut album The Great Black Empty, but it’s also a great intro to the song.
It has a powerful feeling to it, and the chorus is perfect for that.8.
Bassnectar, Waka Flocka Flame (2016, Dubstep Remix)If you’re a fan of the Bassnectars, you’ve definitely heard of their new album Waka Flame, which is out now via Warp.
The remix of Bassnectare’s “Black Friday” with the help of a few of the Dubstep producers on the record makes for an excellent listen.
Bass is a huge part of the album, but the overall production is very good.7.
DJ Snake, Party Monster (2016)-Original Bassline MixThe original bassline for DJ Snake’s party monster song “Party Monster” is one of my favorites from his long career.
The bass is a perfect fit here, with the drums and bass coming together in a really nice way.6.
A-Trak, The Wrench (2016-2017)The A-trak track “The Wrench” features a lot of great basslines from the producer who has also produced many of the other big-name Bassnectarias.
This song is a great way to kick things off and it also really shines on the dance floor.5.
Bassline, Bassline (2016-)A bassline by bassline artist Bassline is a really unique track, but I don’t think there’s much to say about it other than it’s amazing.
It’s got a great groove, great bass, and it really makes for a great song.4.
Krewella, My New Dress (2016)–Original BassLine MixThe bassline on Krewellas My New Dance moves from dance to beat to something really beautiful.
It also sounds very funky, but that’s what makes this track great.
It really has that “breathing” feel that makes for good music.3.
Future, BassnectAR (2016)[Official]Future has been working with the BassLinkA& BassLink since 2016.
Their collaboration has been very fruitful, and you can tell by the amount of talent involved.
BasslinkA&amassions latest album, BassLink, features a mix of Bass LinkA&ammassions best known songs from the early years of the company, along as some newer material that showcases Future’s talents.
Bass Link has a really solid following, so you can bet this track will make its way onto your dance floor for years to come.2.
Alesmith, Basslines & Basslines (2016 – 2017)I was pleasantly surprised to see this Bassline track come out this year, especially as it is an early release.
Alexis is a very good producer and he has great skills, and he really takes it to another level here.
The drums are very nice, the bassline is pretty good, and this song has a nice feeling to its beats.
I like the basslines, especially the “buzz” of the drums.1.
Dzeko, My Body Is A Body (2016 [Deluxe])-Original FunklineMixThis is another great bassline track by Dzekos, who has a long and storied career with the bass drawing genre.
The beats are all very good, but this track really shines with the “flair” of bass lines.
This track is also a good introduction to the bass and is one that is sure to be a favorite.