One Bit

Playlist: One Bit

Back at it again with their latest track Luv U So, we asked electronic duo One Bit to make us a playlist for the weekend. Tune in.

Maya Radcliffe
  • By Maya Radcliffe
  • 21 Aug 2020
  • min read

North London based producer duo One Bit have a knack for creating hook-infused, feel good dance music.

Their collaborations with Noah Cyrus, Lousia Johnson and Laura White have brought the pair more than 80 million streams to date, while credits from the likes of JP Cooper and Stormzy have further proven their potency. 

Now, One Bit are back their summer smash Luv U So, but this time from the helm of their new label Something To Dance To (S2D2)

Following the release of the new track, we asked One Bit to make us a playlist. 

Tune in.

Paul Woolford & Diplo - Looking For Me

It gives so much nostalgia whilst being totally new. We can’t get enough at the moment. 

Dua Lipa & Silk City - Electricity

The blend of real instruments and programmed sounds is totally seamless and creates so much vibe and musicality, which fits perfectly into the super warm sounding mix. It’s one of those tracks you know is going to stick around for a long time and always sounds good when the sun’s out. 

Mylo - Drop The Pressure

Drop The Pressure brings up so much every time it comes on ever since we sampled the bassline in our first single My Way. We later found out that Mylo had turned down a whole host of sample requests over the years before saying yes to ours, so feels pretty great to have his seal of approval on the track that kicked everything off for us. 

Mint Royale - Singin' in the Rain 

The combination of the old sample and the new electronic parts just felt so fresh when it first came out. It’s was a massive inspiration for us to start playing with samples and wanting to make electronic music.  

Fatboy Slim - Praise You

Feel good dance music perfection.

Chemical Brothers - The Salmon Dance

If we're ever feeling a bit down or stressed this record fixes everything. It’s a great reminder that you don’t have to take life to seriously, whilst also making a great tune! 

Fatboy Slim & Eats Everything - All The Ladies

There is something about the groove in the bassline that just does works. Put this on and try and not be happy!

Groove Armada - Get Down (feat. Stush & Red Rat)

We’ve spent far too much time over the years trying to recreate this bassline. It holds a special place in teenage nostalgia for us! 

Julio Bashmore & Sam Dew - Holding On

This is just a beautiful hot water bottle of a record.

Basement Jaxx - Red Alert!

A timeless classic that just keeps getting better with age.