These posts look back at moments and movements within the jungle and drum & bass scenes.
A blast from Bailey’s past Sixteen years ago today, DJ Bailey alongside SP:MC took over the BBC Radio 1 airwaves for this impressive addition to the storied Peel Session archives. Even with what fans like myself have learned about John Peel in the years since his passing in October of
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 the
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 comes
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, let
Everything you wanted to know about the beef between DJ Flight and Flite, but were afraid to ask. One of these days, we will get into the great beefs in the dnb scene. Truth be told, whatever this DJ Flight / Flite conflict on Twitter is has us intrigued, primarily
The individuals that formed and became the Full Cycle crew—led by drum & bass vets Roni Size, DJ Die, DJ Krust, and DJ Suv—taught me about drum & bass—my journey over the years with this Databass set from DJ Die is a perfect example. Trust, I definitely mentioned that I