Roland TR-808

A jungle / dnb tribute to the TR-808 While I understand that it’d be geeky AF to say some clunky nerd shit like “hey, what’s your favorite tune with the Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer?,” as a journalist documentarian writer guy who is obsessed with drum & bass, these are theContinue Reading

Grooverider

Grooverider is not just an ambassador for the dnb scene One thing that’s bothered me most about the drum & bass scene is how no matter how much fun the DJs and producers within the scene seem to have behind the scenes, it’s always been so about-the-business when it comesContinue Reading

Shy FX

Shy FX resurrects his 45 Roller alias for some new tunes Shy FX has been a king of the jungle since the mid-’90s. The man behind seminal anthems like “Bambaata” and “Original Nuttah”, Shy FX has been a unique voice cutting through the clutter of drum & bass, bringing aContinue Reading

Loxy & Ink

The dynamic duo returns for another one This post wasn’t originally going to be about Loxy & Ink’s “Gurner”. Originally, I was going to highlight Loxy’s Killmonger Rollers Edition Mix, but I’d then seen that the Black Junglist Alliance‘s tune series debuted this week with a big bit from RAMContinue Reading

Chris Inperspective

Seeing Inperspective Records head and Technicality founder Chris Inperspective getting the shine he deserves has been a treat. He’s had to fight for it, but watching Chris INP work in 2020 makes you realize the importance of staying the course. Seeing him work at The Lab LDN in his latestContinue Reading

Goldie 'Timeless' 25

While I didn’t set out to start a drum & bass blog during the month of the 25th anniversary of Timeless—the debut studio album from drum & bass alchemist Goldie—I love that it happened. It’s that kind of synergy that’s propelled Goldie into the stratosphere of art in general, letContinue Reading

Prototype Recordings

Nick the Lot’s got a hot one on his hands Don’t you just love it when a plan comes together? A little over a week ago, we kicked off Spotlight Saturdays with a look at the music of Nick the Lot. While talking about Controlled Opposition recently, we mentioned we’dContinue Reading