Daddy Kev’s 10 Low End Theory Classics on Beatport

Low End Theory has been raging in Los Angeles since 2006, an enduring event in a notoriously fickle club world.

It’s a weekly party in SoCal that appears quarterly in Japan and occasionally in San Francisco, New York and Europe, introducing revelers to such boundary-pushing electronic artists as Flying Lotus, The Gaslamp Killer and Nobody as well as attracting special guest selectors like Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Erykah Badu.

As its 10th anniversary approaches, we tapped Low End Theory founder Daddy Kev for 10 classic tracks that define the bass-heavy aesthetic of Low End Theory — some of them might surprise you, but there’s no questioning their uncanny power.

3. Mono/Poly – “The Beatles Bitch” [Faces, 2009]
“This was a full-on Low End Theory anthem in the early days.”