Since bursting onto the scene a while back, Huxley Anne has captured the hearts of bass lovers worldwide, living out her dreams and executing her vision as artist/producer and DJ. Currently radiating on Space Jesus’ Temple of Noom tour, Huxley Anne carved out some time in her busy schedule to share the most romantic playlist of the year.
As one might guess the selections are diverse and full of passion. Never one to shy away from bass-heavy experimental soul, Huxley Anne delivers the auditory goodness with her exclusive and self-curated Melt You playlist exclusively for Bassrush. Discover new tunes and get an intimate look into Huxley Anne’s most loved tracks below.
James Blake (ft. Travis Scott & Metro Boomin) “Mile High”
“‘Mile High’ made me fall more in love than any song I’ve ever heard. James Blake’s new record, Assume Form, speaks to all the levels of love, from passion to pain.”
The Glitch Mob & Huxley Anne “Interbeing” (Huxley Anne Remix)
“Interbeing is a unique term the Glitch Mob found in the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh. It’s a special word that represents a pure feeling; the interconnectedness of all things. It was an honor to remix this beautiful tune, and I hope it reminds us all to love each other equally.”
“One of my passions is ensuring all people feel safe at my shows, and feel free to express themselves artistically. SOPHIE is the first transgender artist nominated for a Grammy, and it’s a true victory for the LGBTQ community. To me, this song reminds us that we can love whoever we want—especially ourselves.”
Oneohtrix Point Never “Black Snow”
“We can’t experience the high clouds of passion and romance without the lows of heartbreak and pain. The lyrics ‘nothing created without the seed, nothing destroyed without the meat’ make me feel grateful to be alive, and help me acknowledge you can’t find the light without braving the darkness.”
Ta-Ku & Wafia “Meet In The Middle”
“Relationships thrive on communication and compromise. Being in love isn’t always easy; it takes dedication and commitment. ‘Talk just a little, let’s meet in the middle,’ reminds me of that ideal. Oh, and nothing is sexier than Wafia’s gorgeous voice floating over this beat.”