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There are a few names within the UK bass music scene specifically that continue to rise to the top of the pile, whatever trends appear to happening within the 4×4 bracket. Two of the names that will always find themselves floating around the upper echelons of the expansive genre are of course both Chris Lorenzo and Redlight, producers who hold extremely high levels of respect among the bass music community. The scene is growing, and it’s truly exciting to witness.
Well well, we sure do have a treat for you today as we continue on with our ever growing #Charted series, a project in which we get our favourite DJ’s and producers to put together a top ten list of their favourite tracks to play in the dance, often kicking up a few unexpected gems for you all to explore. 
Now to begin with, the term UK bass music is a pretty broad one. In our eyes, this can cover an extremely wide range of genres and styles, anything from dubstep to bassline to garage to funky to grime to breaks and everything inbetween in fact.