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Tag Archives: Jungle/Drum’n’Bass

Omni Trio

In fact the single force of 1 Rob Haigh, Omni Trio’s sunny make of intricate, orchestrated drum’n’bass continues to be developing in acclaim because the onset of “ambient” or “intelligent” jungle within the mid-’90s brought names such as for example L.T.J Bukem, Springtime Heel Jack port, and TPower towards the …

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Nookie

Besides focusing on anatomist for materials by Ray Keith, Gavin Cheung provides recorded myriad drum’n’bass features seeing that Nookie and Cloud 9, releasing his materials on a few of the most respected brands over the hardcore/jungle picture — Moving Darkness, Reinforced, Penny Dark, and Labello Blanco, in addition to his …

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Noisia

Noisia, an acclaimed drum’n’bass trio from holland, occasionally produce various other styles aswell, including breaks and home. Founded in 2002 in Groningen, the trio can be comprised of manufacturers Martijn truck Sonderen, Nik Roos, and Thijs de Vlieger. They produced their saving debut in 2003 using the Silicon/Tomahawk 12″ discharge …

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DJ Patife

DJ Patife had connection with the drum’n’bass picture through friend DJ Marky even though working in an archive shop. DJ Patife’s initial gig was at São Paulo’s Area Music Hall. In 1997, he journeyed to European countries with Marky. There, he followed Roni Size within the delivery from the Mercury …

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Override

Experimental jungle producer Tom Withers is among the more pigeonhole-proof from the London drum’n’bass established. Releasing monitors mainly as Klute and Override, his skill for composing probably the most relentlessly exploratory of paths within the vocabulary of dancefloor drum’n’bass (instead of artful noodlers such as for example Plug, Mung, and …

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Rebel MC

The ’80s popster turned proto-jungle revolutionary was created Michael West in 1965 in London. He produced Double Difficulty in the first ’80s with Michael Menson and Leigh Visitor, launching the ska-pop strike “Road Tuff.” Rebel MC afterwards gained popularity in England being a pop-rapper, but by 1991 he previously released …

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Otto Von Schirach

IDM maker/DJ/visual designer Otto Von Schirach grew up in Miami, FL, which as a kid exposed him to some wild crossbreed of music that is constantly on the influence his audio today including Miami bass, gangsta rap, loss of life metallic/grindcore, and Afro-Cuban music. He bought his 1st digital equipment …

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Origin Unknown

East London jungle imprint Ram memory Recordings (alongside labels such as for example Droppin’ Technology, Flex, Infra-Red, no U-Turn) is definitely closely connected with a new influx of drum’n’bass innovators, twisting darkside and hardstep into future-fueled, increasingly entropic configurations that pull as often through the dried out, brittle technologism of …

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Ray Keith

From rare-groove to acid-house to hardcore to jungle, Ray Keith remained probably one of the most constant DJs on England’s breakbeat picture through the 1980s and ’90s. Following a remix of Orbital’s “Chime,” he relocated into creation with apparent simplicity and became a well known drum’n’bass label-head aswell. Given birth …

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Mick Harris

Carefully allied with post-industrial dub terrorists such as for example Expenses Laswell, Techno Pet, James Plotkin, Robert Musso, and Anton Fier, Birmingham-based artist Mick Harris is something of a report in extremes. A drummer with mentioned death metal clothing Napalm Death with the group’s past due-’80s and early-’90s heyday, Harris …

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