Low Steppa's top 5 bass heavy tracks

We asked bass house hero Low Steppa to tell us what's making its way into his sets at the moment...

Jimmy Coultas

Last updated: 25th Jan 2017

Low Steppa is an undeniable crowd favourite, and it's all down to his unique blend of full-frontal bass and uplifting house. Always guaranteed to start the party, the production whiz knows what works when it comes to raver-filled dancefloors. Get your ears around his current top 5...

Dustycloud 'Sometimes' [Confession]

This is a dirty track, about as hard as I would play in my sets, this would be peak hardness. Real nice stabs in the breakdowns then into an absolutely stomping vibe with that bassline feel and really tight snares an hats. Again nice vocal samples to give it that edge, wicked synth work and processing, and very good production.

Sacha Robotti & Kevin Knapp 'Thump Bumper' [Dirtybird]


I still like to dig this one out from time to time. The production is so tight, again nice and simple and with that dirty bass that comes in but its just right, not overdone, keeps you wanting more. Then there is the hug build up in the middle that really hypes the club up, such a great record, can play in most sets, awesome.

Tchami 'Siaw' [Confession]

This always goes off, played it loads, I've done my own edit of this with another record but even on it's own its a monster, real clean, tight drums, savage bassline and a great sample for the breakdowns then it drops into absolute filth for the dancefloor, people love it, I will be playing for a while yet.

Chris Lorenzo 'Come Down' [Sixty6Music]

Monster! What a track, loved this from the first time I heard it, exactly what you would expect from Chris, the production is solid and the sub sits perfectly under the synth. It’s not for the faint hearted though, cant play this too early in my sets as it's so powerful and raw, fully goes off in the right set, probably my favourite track from his recent album.

Bizarre Inc 'Playing With Knives' (Low Steppa Edit) 

Finally it's a remix of my own, my edit of Bizarre Inc's timeless anthem 'Playing With Knives'. Always been a massive favourite of mine so had to do an edit of it. It's always a feel good moment in my sets and works every time. After the original breakdown it drops into the filth to give it a nice update for the newer generations. 

Catch Low Steppa at Bass Jam on Saturday 28th January with Wiley, Bugzy Malone and Redlight. Tickets are available below. 

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