Enschway & Graves – Vulnerable (Original Mix)
As a genre, future bass has seen the most explosive expansion within the past year and a half. In such a saturated market, it is easy to get lost in the shuffle with a hundred other producers. Australian producer Enschway, however, has found a winning recipe to stick out from the crowd and repurpose the sound as his own.
This is most visible on “Vulnerable,” a collaboration with Graves that appears on Enschway’s Friendschway Vol. 2 compilation. A mellow, vocal-centric intro leans heavily into future RnB. However, as the drama and energy build, Enschway co-opts the familiar triplet kick pattern from Jersey Club to knock the listener off balance. The drop itself is highly combustible, featuring the shimmering, slashing synths the genre is known for while also allowing for rumbling basses that fold in on themselves before exploding back outwards with a growl, creating a wholly new type of future sound from familiar parts.