The second week of 2022 was filled with a ton of new releases, from hit singles to full-blown albums. Whether you love wonky wubs, bass house, or melodic dubstep, this past week provided bangers of all sorts. Here are our favorite tracks of the week for this week’s Sunday Spotlight.
Wreckno & Ruvlo- Gymnastics
Wreckno and Ruvlo team up for one of the hardest tracks of the week titled Gymnastics as Wreckno flows over heavy bass, you can’t help but mean mug too.
Black Tiger Sex Machine x Kai Wachi – Prayers ft. Wasiu
There is something about bass music and hip-hop that just feels right. Prayers by Black Tiger Sex Machine has it all, from heavy drops to Wasiu’s incredible flow and thought provoking lyrics.
Eater & Blurrd Vzn- Sound Wave
Eater and Blurrd Vzn team up for their latest track Sound Wave that is both trap heavy and wonky at the same time.
RIOT – Fight or Flight Ft. Bella Renee
With the beautiful vocals of Bella Renee and Riot’s mesmerizing drops, Flight or Fight is euphoric, energetic, and psychedelic all in one.
Subtronics – Gummy Worm Ft. Boogie T
It is nearly impossible to name a better duo in bass music than Boogie T and Subtronics. Fresh off Subtronics’ debut album Fractals, Gummy Worm is wonky, heavy, and blessed with yet another classic Boogie T guitar solo.
AC Slater & Tchami – Only One Ft. Kate Wild
Off their joint compilation album, Only One by Ac Slater and Tchami is a bouncy bass house banger.
Lane 8 – Automatic Ft. Solomon Grey
Lane 8 just never seems to miss. The latest single Automatic, off his upcoming album Reviver, engulfs you in blissful soundscapes and beautiful harmonies.