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

Winslow

Welcome to the future I won’t say that I have a vested interest in whether Winslow, the St. Louis, Missouri-born producer who’s catching a lot of buzz in the dnb community. I will say that it’s great to see Winslow in the drum & bass scene right now. Winslow, whoContinue Reading

Hospital Records

In light of #BlackLivesMatter, Hospital Records looks to make a change Like many companies and conglomerates, when the #BlackLivesMatter movement went global back in late-May/early June after the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others, Hospital Records stepped into action. Like many companies and conglomerates, when the #BlackLivesMatterContinue Reading

Dillon Francis

All your base belongs to Dillon Francis? Earlier this month, Dillon Francis—who made his mark in moombahton but is a musical chameleon when he wants to be—took part in Party Favor’s Isolation live stream festival. Dillon took that time to DJ his first full drum & bass set, and judgingContinue Reading

dillinja-hard-noize-break-remix

One thing I purposefully didn’t mention in my long-winded, nonsensical introduction to whatever this drum & bass-soundtracked slice of the internet is was Break’s recently-released, long-anticipated remix of Dillinja‘s “Hard Noize”, this time on Valve Recordings. I’m not sure why the release isn’t an official one on Test Recordings likeContinue Reading

I thought it’d be “cool” if the title of this site’s “About” page was the same catalog number as the drum & bass track in which the site was named after. That ended up not happening, but that idea has become the site’s first post. The funny thing is, untilContinue Reading