Future bass will never die. There are clear in the EDM scene; dubstep, moombahtone, tropical house, and future bass were just a handful of the most dabbled in styles of production of the past decade in the electronic realm. Sometimes fads die, but not always. Future trap and future bass were really popular when Flume popped onto the scene and a very over saturated market for a while. Luckily when groundbreaking production like the stuff comig out of the anonymous Juuku camp hit the airwaves and pushed the envelope a bit I was eager to hear more. His latest offering is a slick bootleg of Manila Killa's “All 2 U” and it's both gorgeous and intense; the perfect amount of both sides. Listen below: