Rest assured. This week’s smorgasbord of future-fancied tunes has been culminating over the past few weeks. Sometimes genres can’t really describe what is going on from one song to the next. Future bass is an easy way to categorize what I have otherwise referred to as “forward-thinking sounds.” Genres are used as a marketing tool more than an application for preference these days. Some producers would rather just be heard than pigeon-holed.
Please savor these two rhythmically intriguing and less abrasive than what you’re probably used to in the dance music world mixes from Nikes (Freshmore) and Tony Quattro (Interstellar Pig).
Our tunes this week are chock full of artists from all over the world. Expect sultry vibes and some club bangers as well. Thanks for following Weekly Flavours for our 8th edition. Keep thinking forward and don’t forget your roots.
Don D Selectah
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