A new wave of electronic music has recently been making waves on the club scene. With names such as post-dubstep, UK Funky and the more definitive, Future Bass, being used to describe the new genre, young fresh talented DJs have been dominating this new force in electronic music across the UK. With acts such as Disclosure and Rustie making the Radio 1 B-List and well respected DJs such as Annie Mac and Pete Tong championing the sound, this is the perfect time to create a compilation of all these up and coming sounds.
With strong connections to garage, breakbeat and dubstep and often incorporating RnB vocal cuts, future bass has a very recognisable sound, but one that's often hard to describe because it just doesn't sound like anything else!
As a brand always on top of the latest dance phenomena and trends, Ministry of Sound presents Future Bass, a 2CD journey through some of the key future bass tracks that have been pivotal to its development, as well as some of the latest beats to have recently emerged. CD1 includes some of the most successful names in future bass such as garage-inspired Disclosure, Kidnap Kid, Jacques Greene and Karma Kid as well as Rustie and Hudson Mohawke, pioneers of loud brass sounds underlying hip hop inspired beats. CD2 delivers the deeper side of future bass with acts including Mosca, Dusky, Huxley, TNGHT and Justin Martin.
This album is a must have if you want to experience a journey through this year's definitive future bass tracks!