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Spotify playlist: 50 hypnotic new bass heaters

Dancefloor dramatics from some of the best

  • Words: Jasmine Kent-Smith | Photo: Daniel Sannwald
  • 14 September 2017
Spotify playlist: 50 hypnotic new bass heaters

It’s that time of the week folks!

Oh yes, it’s big bad bass day here at Mixmag and it’s safe to say we’ve loaded up our Essential Low-End playlist with yet another eclectic selection of transcendent tunes.

An affinity for the experimental will serve you well this week as labels and artists offer up a whole host of fresh, futuristic productions. From Mana and Fatima Al Qadiri on Hyperdub to the return of dubstep don Joker, we've packed the playlist full of new, off-kilter tunes sure to leave you hypnotized both on and off the dancefloor.

Tune in to hear material from the likes of Iglooghost, Lunice and Ani Klang and more, as well as a track from Zomby's new EP 'GASP!'. Teetering off into techno-inflected territory, our pick from the release is a distinctly dark and dangerous cut packed full of delicious drama.

Lastly, we just had to top the selection off this week with a track from Visionist (pictured). With his forthcoming full-length 'Value' landing next month, his latest single 'No Idols' is a glorious glimpse into the highly-anticipated new project.

Be sure to follow the playlist on Spotify for a weekly round-up of club-ready cuts and dancefloor demolition.

Jasmine Kent-Smith is Mixmag's Digital Intern. Follow her on Twitter

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