PREMIERE: Phuture Collective Unleashes Massive Charity Mixtape

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Phuture Collective is one of the most potent forces in bass music right now. The artist collective is comprised of a slew of stellar producers and continues to impress. Taking this to another level comes their most recent release. Simply titled Charity Mixtape, the project showcases some of the most forward thinking bass sounds out, while helping to raise money for victims of the California Wild fires and the Las Vegas shooting. The project features unreleased music from IGLOOGHOST, Noer the Boy, rèapr., Untitld, leet, wevor trill, Judge, Soulecist. x THRPY, and episcool. Rounding it comes previously released tunes from WOOLYMAMMOTH X HOLLY, Rohaan x Laxcity, RVKIT and more. You can stream the project below and be sure to head over to Bandcamp to donate and grab a copy. It’s good music for a good cause – major respect to Phuture Collective for putting this one together.

Along with the release Phuture Collective put out the following statement, “Us as a whole have been hurt by the recent catastrophes occurring in California in regards to the Wild Fires in addition to the Massacre that was the Vegas Shooting. We decided to put forth a Mix Tape, where all proceeds will go directly towards helping those suffering in California and those who lost loved ones in Vegas. You can download each track individually or the Mix tape in full, knowing your $1 or more will directly help those who need it most.”

Tracklist

IGLOOGHOST – KABUTOMŪSHI [INSTRUMENTAL] (UNRELEASED)
Noer the Boy – Destination ? (UNRELEASED)
rèapr. – The Underground (UNRELEASED)
Untitld – GIMMI (Unreleased)
EazyBaked – Wormhole
leet – B1polar (Unreleased)
WOOLYMAMMOTH X HOLLY – Bruno Mars
Zero Tep – Sister Transistor
CLIN – Seditinmyah
Wevor Trill – Gallivanter (Unreleased)
Rohaan x Laxcity – First of Many
Judge – Snap (Unreleased)
RVKIT – Ankylosaurus
Soulecist. x THRPY – No Rules (Unreleased)
episcool – Jungle Juice (Unreleased)
Pacific Patterns – Sick And Lit

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