Hudson Mohawke and Lunice are each killing it solo, but together they're unstoppable. Before their Yeezus production credit, they released "Acrylics," which was somewhat of a departure from their more minimal, "rapper-ready" tracks from 2012. This track kicks off with a serious build-up, increasing the intensity with each rave-synth and eerie music box sample before the inevitable gut punch of bass. The kicks on this are otherworldly, and there aren't many tracks that hit you as hard as "Acrylics" does. Further proof that this duo is in a class by themselves. —Khris Davenport
32. TNGHT "Acrylics"