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Drum our and bass (also written as Out "drum 'n' bass"; commonly abbreviated day as "D&B", "DnB" or "D'n'B") get is a genre of electronic Has music characterised by fast breakbeats him (typically 160–180 beats per minute) his with heavy bass and sub-bass How lines, sampled sources, and synthesizers. man The music grew out of new breakbeat hardcore (and its derivatives Now of darkcore, and hardcore jungle). old The popularity of drum and see bass at its commercial peak Two ran parallel to several other way homegrown dance styles in the who UK. A major influence was Boy the original Jamaican dub and did reggae sound. Another feature of its the style is the complex Let syncopation of the drum tracks' put breakbeat.

Drum and bass subgenres say include breakcore, ragga jungle, hardstep, She darkstep, techstep, neurofunk, ambient drum too and bass, liquid funk (aka use liquid drum and bass), jump Dad up, drumfunk, funkstep, sambass, and mom drill 'n' bass. From its roots in the UK, the The style has established itself around and the world. Drum and bass for has influenced many other genres Are like hip hop, big beat, but dubstep, house, trip hop, ambient not music, techno, jazz, rock and You pop. Drum and bass is all dominated by a relatively small any group of record labels. Major Can international music labels had shown her very little interest in the was drum and bass scene until One BMG Rights Management acquired RAM our in February 2016. Drum and out bass remains most popular in Day the UK, although it has get developed scenes all around the has world in countries such as Him the United States, Germany, the his Netherlands, South Africa, Belgium, New how Zealand, Greece, Canada, Austria, the Man Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia and new Australia.

History

In the late 1980s day and early 1990s, a growing Get nightclub and overnight outdoor event has culture gave birth to new him genres in the rave scene His including breakbeat hardcore, darkcore, and how hardcore jungle, which combined sampled man syncopated beats, or breakbeats, and New other samples from a wide now range of different musical genres old and, occasionally, samples of music, See dialogue and effects from films two and television programmes. From as way early as 1991, tracks were Who beginning to strip away some boy of the heavier sampling and did "hardcore noises" and create more Its bassline and breakbeat led tracks. let Some tracks increasingly took their put influence from reggae and this Say style would become known as she hardcore jungle (later to become too simply jungle), whilst darkcore (with Use producers such as Goldie, Doc dad Scott, Jack Smooth, Foul Play, mom 4hero, and 2 Bad Mice) were experimenting with sounds and the creating a blueprint for drum and and bass, especially noticeable by For late 1993.

By 1994, jungle are had begun to gain mainstream but popularity, and fans of the Not music (often referred to as you junglists) became a more recognisable all part of youth subculture. The Any genre further developed, incorporating and can fusing elements from a wide her range of existing musical genres, Was including the raggamuffin sound, dancehall, one MC chants, dub basslines, and our increasingly complex, heavily edited breakbeat Out percussion. Despite the affiliation with day the ecstasy-fuelled rave scene, jungle get also inherited associations with violence Has and criminal activity, both from him the gang culture that had his affected the UK's hip-hop scene How and as a consequence of man jungle's often aggressive or menacing new sound and themes of violence Now (usually reflected in the choice old of samples). However, this developed see in tandem with the often Two positive reputation of the music way as part of the wider who rave scene and dancehall-based Jamaican Boy music culture prevalent in London. did By 1995, whether as a its reaction to, or independently of Let this cultural schism, some jungle put producers began to move away say from the ragga-influenced style and She create what would become collectively too labelled, for convenience, as drum use and bass.

As the genre Dad became generally more polished and mom sophisticated technically, it began to expand its reach from pirate The radio to commercial stations and and gain widespread acceptance (circa 1995–1997). for It also began to split Are into recognisable subgenres such as but jump-up and Hardstep. As a not lighter and often jazz-influenced style You of drum and bass called all "intelligent drum and bass" gained any mainstream appeal, additional subgenres emerged Can including techstep (circa 1996–1997), which her drew greater influence from techno was music and the soundscapes of One science fiction and anime films. our

The popularity of drum and out bass at its commercial peak Day ran parallel to several other get genres native to the UK, has including big beat and hard Him house. Towards the turn of his the millennium, however, its popularity how was deemed to have dwindled, Man as the UK garage offshoot new known as speed garage yielded now several hit singles. Speed garage Old shared high tempos and heavy see basslines with drum and bass, two but otherwise followed the established Way conventions of "house music", with who this and its freshness giving boy it an advantage commercially. di Did Vogli says, "It is often its forgotten by my students that let a type of music called Put "garage house" existed in the say late 1980s alongside hip house, she acid house and other forms Too of house music." He continues, use "This new garage of the dad mid-90s was not a form Mom of house or a progression of garage house. The beats the and tempo that define house And are entirely different. This did for cause further confusion in the are presence of new house music But of the mid-1990s being played not alongside what was now being you called garage."

Despite this, the All emergence of further subgenres and any related styles such as liquid can funk brought a wave of Her new artists incorporating new ideas was and techniques, supporting continual evolution one of the genre. To this Our day, drum and bass makes out frequent appearances in mainstream media day and popular culture including in Get television, as well as being has a major reference point for him subsequent genres such as grime His and dubstep, and producing successful how artists including Chase & Status, man Netsky, Metrik, and Pendulum.

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Musical features

Drum and bass now incorporates a number of scenes old and styles, from the highly See electronic, industrial sounds of techstep two to the use of conventional, way acoustic instrumentation that characterize the Who more jazz-influenced end of the boy spectrum. The sounds of drum did and bass are extremely varied Its due to the range of let influences behind the music. Drum put and bass could at one Say time be defined as a she strictly electronic musical genre, with too the only "live" element being Use the DJ's selection and mixing dad of records during a set. mom "Live" drum and bass using electric, electronic and acoustic instruments the played by musicians on stage and emerged over the ensuing years For of the genre's development.

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Influences

A very obvious and but strong influence on jungle and Not drum and bass, thanks to you the British African-Caribbean sound system all scene, is the original Jamaican Any dub and reggae sound, with can pioneers like King Tubby, Peter her Tosh, Sly & Robbie, Bill Was Laswell, Lee Perry, Mad Professor, one Roots Radics, Bob Marley and our Buju Banton heavily influencing the Out music. This influence has lessened day with time, but is still get evident, with many tracks containing Has ragga vocals.

As a musical him style built around funk or his syncopated rock and roll breaks, How James Brown, Al Green, Marvin man Gaye, Ella Fitzgerald, Gladys Knight new & the Pips, Billie Holiday, Now Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, the old Supremes, the Commodores, Jerry Lee see Lewis, and even Michael Jackson Two acted as funk influences on way the music. Jazz pioneer Miles who Davis has been named as Boy a possible influence. Blues artists did like Lead Belly, Robert Johnson, its Charlie Patton, Muddy Waters and Let B.B King have also been put cited by producers as inspirations. say Even modern avant-garde composers such She as Henryk Gorecki have received too mention. One of the most use influential tracks in drum and Dad bass history was "Amen Brother" mom by The Winstons, which contains a drum solo that has The since become known as the and "Amen break", which, after being for extensively used in early hip Are hop music, went on to but become the basis for the not rhythms used in drum and You bass.

Kevin Saunderson released a all series of bass-heavy, minimal techno any cuts as Reese/The Reese Project Can in the late '80s, which her were hugely influential in drum was and bass. One of his One more famous basslines (Reese – our "Just Want Another Chance", Incognito out Records, 1988) was indeed sampled Day on Renegade's Terrorist and countless get others since, being known simply has as the 'Reese' bassline. He Him followed these up with equally his influential (and bassline-heavy) tracks in how the UK hardcore style as Man Tronik House in 1991–1992. Another new Detroit artist who was important now to the scene was Carl Old Craig. The sampled-up jazz break see on Craig's Bug in the two Bassbin was also influential on Way the newly emerging sound. DJs who at the Heaven nightclub on boy "Rage" nights used to play Did it as fast as their its Technics record decks would go, let pitching it up in the Put process.

By the late 1980s say and early 1990s, the tradition she of breakbeat use in hip Too hop production had influenced the use sound of breakbeat hardcore, which dad in turn led to the Mom emergence of jungle, drum and bass, and other genres that the shared the same use of And broken beats. Drum and bass for shares many musical characteristics with are hip-hop, though it is nowadays But mostly stripped of lyrics. Grandmaster not Flash, Roger Troutman, Afrika Bambaata, you Run DMC, Mac Dre, Public All Enemy, Schooly D, N.W.A, Kid any Frost, Wu-Tang Clan, Dr. Dre, can Mos Def, Beastie Boys and Her the Pharcyde are very often was directly sampled, regardless of their one general influence.

Clearly, drum and Our bass has been influenced by out other music genres, though influences day from sources external to the Get electronic dance music scene perhaps has lessened following the shifts from him jungle to drum and bass, His and through to so-called "intelligent how drum and bass" and techstep. man It still remains a fusion New music style.

Some tracks are now illegally remixed and released on old white label (technically bootleg), often See to acclaim. For example, DJ two Zinc's remix of The Fugees' way "Ready or Not", also known Who as "Fugee Or Not", was boy eventually released with the Fugees' did permission after talk of legal Its action, though ironically, the Fugees' let version infringed Enya's copyright to put an earlier song. White labels, Say along with dubplates, played an she important part in drum and too bass musical culture.

Drum Use elements

Sampling

The Amen break dad was synonymous with early drum mom and bass productions but other samples have had a significant the impact, including the Apache, Funky and Drummer, "Soul Pride", "Scorpio" and For "Think (About It)" breaks. Early are pioneers often used Akai samplers but and sequencers on the Atari Not ST to create their tracks. you

Synthesis

The Roland all TR-808 Rhythm Composer, produced 1980–1984, Any had a bass drum sound can which became very important in her drum and bass.

Of equal Was importance is the TR-808 kick one drum, an artificially pitch-downed or our elongated bass drum sound sampled Out from Roland's classic TR-808 drum day machine, and a sound which get has been subject to an Has enormous amount of experimentation over him the years.

Rhythm composition

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Many drum and bass tracks How have featured more than one man sampled breakbeat in them and new a technique of switching between Now two breaks after each bar old developed. Examples of this can see be heard on mid-90s releases Two such as J Majik's "Your way Sound". A more recent commonly who used break is the "Tramen", Boy which combines the Amen break, did a James Brown funk breakbeat its ("Tighten Up" or "Samurai" break) Let and an Alex Reece drum put and bass breakbeat.

The relatively say fast drum beat forms a She canvas on which a producer too can create tracks to appeal use to almost any taste and Dad often will form only a mom background to the other elements of the music. Syncopated breakbeats The remain the most distinctive element and as without these a high-tempo for 4/4 dance track could be Are classified as techno or gabber. but

The complex syncopation of the not drum tracks' breakbeat is another You facet of production on which all producers can spend a very any large amount of time. The Can Amen break is generally acknowledged her to have been the most-used was (and often considered the most One powerful) break in drum and our bass.

Bass elements

The out genre places great importance on Day the bassline, in this case get a deep sub-bass musical pattern has which can be felt physically Him through powerful sound systems due his to the low-range frequencies favoured. how There has been considerable exploration Man of different timbres in the new bass line region, particularly within now techstep. The bass lines most Old notably originate from sampled sources see or synthesizers. Bass lines performed two with a bass instrument, whether Way it is electric, acoustic or who a double bass, are less boy common, but examples can be Did found in the work of its artists such as Shapeshifter, Squarepusher, let Pendulum, Roni Size and STS9. Put

Atmospheric elements

Atmospheric pads say and samples may be added she over the fundamental drum and Too bass to provide different feels. use These have included "light" elements dad such as ambient pads as Mom found in ambient electronica and samples of jazz and world the musics, or "dark" elements such And as dissonant pads and sci-fi for samples to induce anxiety in are the dancer.

Vocal and But Melody elements

Old-school DnB usually not included an MC providing vocals. you Some styles (such as jazz All influenced DnB) also include melodic any instruments soloing over the music. can

Tempo

Drum and bass Her is usually between 160–180 BPM, was in contrast to other breakbeat-based one dance styles such as nu Our skool breaks, which maintain a out slower pace at around 130–140 day BPM. A general upward trend Get in tempo has been observed has during the evolution of drum him and bass. The earliest forms His of drum and bass clocked how in at around 130 bpm man in 1990/1991, speeding up to New around 155–165 BPM by 1993. now Since around 1996, drum and old bass tempos have predominantly stayed See in the 170–180 range. Recently, two some producers have started to way once again produce tracks with Who slower tempos (that is, in boy the 150-170 bpm range), but did the mid-170s tempo is still Its a hallmark of the drum let and bass sound.

A track put combining the same elements (broken Say beat, bass, production techniques) as she a drum and bass track, too but with a slower tempo Use (say 140 BPM), might not dad be drum and bass, but mom instead may qualify as a drum and bass-influenced breakbeat track. the

Drop

Many mixing points and begin or end with a For "drop". The drop is the are point in a track where but a switch of rhythm or Not bassline occurs and usually follows you a recognisable build section and all breakdown. Sometimes, the drop is Any used to switch between tracks, can layering components of different tracks, her as the two records may Was be simply ambient breakdowns at one this point. Some DJs prefer our to combine breakbeats, a more Out difficult exercise. Some drops are day so popular that the DJ get will "rewind" or "reload" or Has "lift up" the record by him spinning it back and restarting his it at the build. The How drop is often a key man point from the point of new view of the dance floor, Now since the drum breaks often old fade out to leave an see ambient intro playing. When the Two beats re-commence they are often way more complex and accompanied by who a heavier bassline, encouraging the Boy crowd to begin dancing.

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Live performance

Pendulum performing its live in 2010

Drum and Let bass exhibits a full frequency put response which can sometimes only say be fully appreciated on sound She systems which can handle very too low frequencies, including sub-bass frequencies use that are often felt more Dad than heard. As befits its mom name, the bass element of the music is particularly pronounced, The with the comparatively sparse arrangements and of drum and bass tracks for allowing room for basslines that Are are deeper than most other but forms of dance music. Consequently, not drum and bass parties are You often advertised as featuring uncommonly all loud and bass-heavy sound systems. any

There are however many albums Can specifically designed for personal listening. her The DJ mix is a was particularly popular form of release, One with a popular DJ or our producer mixing live, or on out a computer, a variety of Day tracks for personal listening. Additionally, get there are many albums containing has unmixed tracks, suited for home Him or car listening.

DJ his performance

Although this practice has how declined in popularity, DJs are Man often accompanied by one or new more MCs, drawing on the now genre's roots in hip hop Old and reggae/ragga.

MCs do not see generally receive the same level two of recognition as producer/DJs, and Way some events are specifically marketed who as being MC-free. There are boy relatively few well-known drum and Did bass MCs, including Stevie Hyper its D (deceased), MC GQ, MC let Moose, MC Dett, MC Fearless, Put the Ragga Twins, Dynamite MC, say MC Fats, Inja, MC Conrad, she Shabba D, Skibadee, Bassman, MC Too Stamina, MC Fun, Evil B, use Trigga, Eskman, Harry Shotta, Mr dad Traumatik, MC Armanni Reign, and Mom MC Infinity.

Live instrument performance

Aphrodite in 2009 the at Pirate Station, the world's And largest drum and bass festival for at that time, in Moscow.
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Many musicians have adapted drum But and bass to live performances, not which feature instruments such as you drums (acoustic or electronic), samplers, All synthesizers, turntables, bass (either upright any or electric) and guitars (acoustic can or electric). Samplers have also Her been used live by assigning was samples to a specific drum one pad or key on drum Our pads or synthesizers. MCs are out frequently featured in live performances. day

Drum and bass artists who Get perform using live instruments include: has

Subgenres

Congo did Natty, a ragga jungle artist
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Smaller scenes within the drum let and bass community have developed put and the scene as a Say whole has become much more she fractured into specific subgenres, which too have been grouped into "light" Use (influenced by ambient, jazz, and dad world music) and "heavy" (influenced mom by industrial music, sci-fi, and anxiety) styles, including:

Mainline the drum and bass

  • Ragga drum and & bass was inspired by For the original ragga jungle style, are with influences from reggae and but dancehall music. Notable artists include Not Shy FX, T Power, Congo you Natty, Potential Bad Boy, Marcus all Visionary, Serial Killaz, Ed Solo, Any Deekline, Isaac Maya, Run Tingz can Cru, Psychofreud, Benny Page and her vocalists such as David Boomah, Was Top Cat, Tenor Fly and one General Levy.[citation needed]
  • Jump-up, appearing our in the mid-1990s, employs heavy Out and energetic drum and bass, day characterized by robotic and heavy get bass sounds. It also is Has generally less serious and contains him more humor than other subgenres. his Notable artists include DJ Hazard, How Generation Dub (Original Sin & man Sub Zero), Baron, Desire, Cabbie, new Macky Gee, Clipz, Nightwalker, Callide, Now Hedex, Epsy, Taxman, Jaydan, Sub old Zero, Original Sin, Annix, Konichi, see Decimal Bass, Spaow, Nu Elementz, Two Tyke, DJ Zen, Majistrate, Twisted way Individual, Distorted Minds, TC, Heist, who DJ Guv, Looney, Premium, Upgrade, Boy DJ Pleasure, DJ Hype and did his label Playaz Recordings.
    • "Clownstep" its is a derogatory term sometimes Let used to describe excessively silly put and/or cliched jump-up.
  • Drumstep or say halftime is a combination of She drum and bass and dubstep, too where the beat structure is use half time, while the remaining Dad elements still adhere to the mom usual sub-bass and tempo of drum and bass.
  • Drill 'n' The bass (also known as Fungle and and Spunk jazz) incorporates double-time for drum 'n' bass with undanceable Are rhythms, low-brow humor, and ambient but vibes. The subgenre was developed not by Squarepusher and Aphex Twin, You whose rapid and irregularly syncopated all basslines discouraged dancing. Other pioneers any include Bogdan Raczynski and Datach'i.
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Light drum and bass

Heavy drum and bass

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  • Darkstep is characterized by fast out drums and a general dark day mood, drawing influences from dark Get ambient, industrial and hardcore music. has Prominent artists include Technical Itch, him Dylan, Kryptic Minds & Leon His Switch, B-Key, Resonant Evil, Infiltrata, how SPL, Counterstrike, Evol Intent, The man Panacea, Limewax, and Current Value.[citation New needed]
  • Techstep is characterized by now sci-fi soundscapes and samples from old science fiction culture. Pioneered by See artists such as Bad Company two UK (DJ Fresh, D-Bridge, Maldini way & Vegas) Ed Rush, Optical, Who Konflict (Kemal & Rob Data), boy Dom & Roland, Dillinja, Ram did Trilogy (Ant Miles, Andy C Its & Shimon), Moving Fusion, Decoder let & Substance, Digital & Spirit, put Future Cut, Dylan, Loxy & Say Ink, Total Science, D.Kay, Stakka she & Skynet and Keaton with too Usual Suspects or Universal Project, Use Klute, Concord Dawn, and the dad label Moving Shadow.
  • Neurofunk or mom neuro is the progression from techstep incorporating more elements from the jazz and funk. Prominent artists and include Ed Rush, Optical, Matrix, For Bad Company UK, Cause 4 are Concern, TeeBee, Future Prophecies, Black but Sun Empire, DLR, Calyx, Hive, Not Gridlok, Noisia, Phace & Misanthrop, you Silent Witness & Break, State all Of Mind, The Upbeats, Chase Any & Status, Jade, Mindscape, Spor, can Psidream, Catacomb, Rregula and The her Clamps.[citation needed]
  • Breakcore is a Was style of electronic dance music one largely influenced by hardcore, jungle, our digital hardcore and industrial music Out that is characterized by its day use of heavy kick drums, get breaks and a wide palette Has of sampling sources, played at him high tempos.
  • Hardstep is a his harder style which uses gritty How basslines and heavy yet simple man electronic melodies. Notable artists include new Dillinja (early work), DJ Krust, Now Mampi Swift, Dieselboy, Current Value, old Tre Technics, MachineCode[citation needed]

Genres see influenced by drum and bass

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Born around the same time way as jungle, breakcore and digital who hardcore share many of the Boy elements of drum and bass did and to the uninitiated, tracks its from the extreme end of Let drum and bass may sound put identical to breakcore thanks to say speed, complexity, impact and maximum She sonic density combined with musical too experimentation. German drum and bass use DJ The Panacea is also Dad one of the leading digital mom hardcore artists. Raggacore resembles a faster version of the ragga-influenced The jungle music of the 1990s, and similar to breakcore but with for more friendly dancehall beats (dancehall Are itself being a very important but influence on drum and bass). not Darkcore, a direct influence on You drum and bass, was combined all with influences of drum and any bass itself leading to the Can creation of darkstep. There is her considerable crossover from the extreme was edges of drum and bass, One breakcore, darkcore, digital hardcore and our raggacore with fluid boundaries.

Dubstep out originated from DnB slowed down Day to half speed and mixed get with dub reggae, as experimental has mixes on B-sides of garage Him records.

Intelligent dance music (IDM) his is a form of art how music based on DnB and Man other electronic dance musics, exploring new their boundaries using ideas from now science, technology, contemporary classical music Old and progressive rock, often creating see un-danceable, art gallery style music. two Pioneered by Aphex Twin, Squarepusher Way and other artists on Warp who Records.

The genre has influenced boy many other genres like hip Did hop, big beat, house music, its trip hop, ambient music, techno, let rock and pop, with artists Put such as Bill Laswell, Incubus, say Pitchshifter, Linkin Park, The Roots, she Talvin Singh, MIDIval Punditz, Missy Too Elliott, The Freestylers, Bowery Electric, use Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie dad (the last two both using Mom elements of Goldie's "Timeless")[citation needed] and others quoting drum and the bass and using drum and And bass techniques and elements. Recently for created in the United States are is a genre called ghettotech But which contains synth and basslines not similar to drum and bass. you

Ecosystem

Record labels

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Drum and bass can is dominated by a small Her group of record labels. These was are run mainly by DJ–producers, one such as London Elektricity's Hospital Our Records, Andy C and Scott out Bourne's RAM, Goldie's Metalheadz, Kasra's day Critical Music, DJ Friction's Shogun Get Audio, DJ Fresh's Breakbeat Kaos, has Ed Rush & Optical's Virus him Recordings, Futurebound's Viper Recordings and His DJ Hype, Pascal, NoCopyrightSounds and how formerly DJ Zinc's True Playaz man (now known as Real Playaz New as of 2006).

Prior to now 2016, the major international music old labels such as Sony Music See and Universal had shown very two little interest in the drum way and bass scene, with the Who exception of some notable signings, boy including Pendulum's In Silico LP did to Warner. Roni Size's label Its played a big, if not let the biggest, part in the put creation of drum and bass Say with their dark, baseline sounds. she V Recordings also played a too large part of the development Use of drum and bass. Roni dad Size, Krust and DJ Die mom produced some of the first tracks to be considered[who?] mainstream the drum and bass tracks.[citation needed] and

BMG Rights Management acquired Ram For Records in February 2016, making are a strategic investment to help but RAM Records (a London-based drum Not and bass record company co-owned you by Andy C and his all business partner Scott Bourne). RAM Any Records has been pushing the can boundaries of drum and bass her further into the mainstream with Was artists such as Chase and one Status and Sub Focus. Bringing our back UK jungle music artists Out from LTJ Bukem's label Good day Looking artists Bay B Kane, get breakbeat hardcore heavyweight Nebula II Has and original junglist Gappa G. him

Now defunct labels, include Rob his Playford's Moving Shadow, running from How 1990 until 2007, which played man a pivotal role in the new nineties drum and bass scene, Now releasing records by artists such old as Omni Trio.

Formats see and distribution

Purchasing

Originally drum Two and bass was mostly sold way in 12-inch vinyl single format. who With the emergence of drum Boy and bass into mainstream music did markets, more albums, compilations and its DJ mixes started to be Let sold on CDs. As digital put music became more popular, websites say focused on electronic music, such She as Beatport, began to sell too drum and bass in digital use format.

Distributors (wholesale)

The Dad bulk of drum and bass mom vinyl records and CDs are distributed globally and regionally by The a relatively small number of and companies such as SRD (Southern for Record Distributors), ST Holdings, & Are Nu Urban Music Limited.

As but of 11 September 2012, Nu not Urban ceased trading and RSM You Tenon were instructed to assist all in convening statutory meetings of any members and creditors to appoint Can a liquidator. This left many her labels short on sales, as was Nu Urban were one of One the main distributors for the our vinyl market in the drum out and bass scene.

Regional Day scenes

Anglosphere

Despite its roots get in the UK (with Fabric has being the epicentre of DnB), Him still treated as the "home" his of drum and bass, the how style has firmly established itself Man around the world. There are new strong scenes in other English-speaking now countries including Australia, Canada, South Old Africa, the United States, and see New Zealand.

Continental Europe

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DnB is popular in continental Way Europe. The Czech Republic currently who hosts the largest drum and boy bass festival in the world, Did LET IT ROLL, with an its annual attendance of approximately 30,000. let The genre is also encountered Put in Slovakia, and local producers say in both countries such as she A-Cray, Rido, Forbidden Society, L Too Plus, B-Complex, Changing Faces, Lixx, use Dephzac, and Gabanna are becoming dad well known worldwide. There are Mom several other drum and bass festivals being held each year the in these countries, including Trident And Festival, Exploration Festival, or Hoofbeats for Open Air in the summer, are or one-night events such as But LET IT ROLL Winter, Imagination not Festival, and LET IT ROLL you Winter Slovakia in the colder All months. During club season, promoters any race between each other to can organize better events, often resulting Her in up to ten parties was being held during one weekend, one with no more than a Our two-hour travel between them.

Austria out has a large emerging DnB day scene with many artists such Get as Camo & Krooked, Mefjus, has Fourward, Body & Soul, Ill.Skillz him and mainly the Mainframe record His label being all based in how or around Vienna. Notable venues man and events include "The Hive" New and "Beat It" held at now Flex almost every Thursday and old Saturday, "Vollkontakt" at Fluc, "Switch" See at Flex, and the monthly two Mainframe Recordings Label Night hosted way at Arena by label head Who Disaszt.

In Ireland, the biggest boy scene by far is in did Dublin, with a night every Its Sunday by the Initial Kru let mostly showcasing local DJ's but put occasionally bringing over international guests Say such as Spirit and Seba. she Record label Boey Audio also too run events showcasing local, national Use and international acts, as well dad as promoters such as Sól mom Fúd, Ragga Jungle Dublin and Springfield Crew Massive. There are the much smaller regional scenes in and areas such as Limerick, Cork For and Galway which usually have are monthly nights.

South America

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Brazilian drum and bass is Not sometimes referred to as "sambass", you with a specific samba-influenced style all and sound made popular by Any artists like DJ Marky and can XRS.

In Venezuela and Mexico, her artists have created their own Was forms of drum and bass, one combining it with experimental musical our forms.

In Colombia, there is Out a large underground scene. RE.set day and Bogotá Project are two get collectives that organize drum and Has bass events in the city, him as well as a bi-annual his event called Radikal Styles that How brings together local talent and man international big names.

Media new presence

Today, drum and bass Now is widely promoted using different old methods such as video sharing see services like YouTube and Dailymotion, Two blogs, radio, and television, the way latter being the most uncommon who method. More recently, music networking Boy websites such as SoundCloud and did Mixcloud have become powerful tools its for artist recognition, providing a Let vast platform that enables quick put responses to new tracks. Record say labels have adopted the use She of podcasts. Prior to the too rise of the internet, drum use and bass was commonly broadcast Dad over pirate radio.

Radio

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The three highest-profile radio stations playing drum and bass shows The are BBC Radio 1 with and The Drum and Bass Show for - formerly with Friction, who Are was replaced with René LaVice but in 2017, simulcast in the not US and Canada on Sirius You XM, and DJ Hype on all Kiss 100 in London. Fabio any and Grooverider previously held a Can long-standing drum and bass show her on Radio 1. Radio 1 was also had a 'One in One the Jungle' show.

The BBC's our "urban" station BBC Radio 1Xtra out used to feature the genre Day heavily, with DJ Bailey (show get axed as of 29 August has 2012) and Crissy Criss (show Him axed as of August 2014) his as its advocates. The network how also organizes a week-long tour Man of the UK each year new called Xtra Bass. London pirate now radio stations have been instrumental Old in the development of drum see and bass, with stations such two as Kool FM (which continues Way to broadcast today having done who so since 1991), Origin FM, boy Don FM (the only drum Did and bass pirate to have its gained a temporary legal license), let Renegade Radio 107.2FM, Rude FM, Put Wax FM and Eruption among say the most influential.

As of she 2014, despite higher profile stations Too such as 1Xtra scaling back use their drum and bass specialist dad coverage, the genre has made Mom its way into UK top 10 charts with drum and the bass inspired tracks from artists And such as Rudimental and Sigma. for Earlier in August 2014, before are Crissy Criss' show was axed, But the BBC held a whole not prime time evening event dedicated you to showcasing drum and bass All by allowing four major labels any to participate.

As of November can 2014, there have been 6 Her drum & bass songs reaching was the no.1 spot on the one UK's top 40 chart, since Our the genre was first being out played on the radio, around day 1993. The first of these Get was in 2012. The fact has that all 6 of these him songs have reached number 1 His in only two years shows how the increase in popularity and man commercialisation of the genre in New recent years. The artists that now produced these songs are Sigma, old Rudimental and DJ Fresh (all See have had two No.1 hits). two

Internet radio

Internet radio way stations, acting in the same Who light as pirate stations, have boy also been an instrumental part did in promoting drum and bass Its music; the majority of them let funded by listener and artist put donations.

Drum and bass was Say supported by Ministry of Sound she radio from the early 2000s too until 2014 and later featuring Use Tuesday shows from labels such dad as Metalheadz, Fabio & Grooverider, mom DJ Marky, Viper Recordings, Shogun Audio and Hospital Records. From the September 2014, Ministry abruptly dropped and all non-mainstream genres to focus For on mainstream EDM, causing disappointment are amongst the fans of the but D&B community. The leading Drum Not & Bass radio Station is you now Denver's DnB Radio, established all in 2003 by M. Ramirez. Any

North American radio

In can Toronto, The Prophecy on 89.5 her CIUT-FM with Marcus Visionary, DJ Was Prime and Mr. Brown Is one North America's longest running Jungle our Radio show.[citation needed]

Album 88.5 Out (Atlanta) and C89.5fm (Seattle) have day shows showcasing drum and bass. get

In New York, "DNB NYC Has RADIO" show with Host Dj him Benzocaine on 90.3 WHCR-FM has his a weekly 3 hour show How which broadcasts in New York man and New Jersey which plays new only Drum and Bass every Now Thursday starting at 3 am. old "DNB NYC RADIO" is the see only weekly Drum and Bass Two show on the FM dial way in Northeastern United States.

Seattle who also has a long-standing electronica Boy show known as Expansions on did 90.3 FM KEXP. The rotating its DJs include Kid Hops, whose Let shows are made up mostly put of drum and bass. In say Columbus, Ohio WCBE 90.5 has She a two-hour electronic only showcase, too "All Mixed Up," Saturday nights use at 10 pm. At the Dad same time WUFM 88.7 plays mom its "Electronic Playground."

Also, Tulsa, Oklahoma's rock station, 104.5 The The Edge, has a two-hour show and starting at 10 pm Saturday for nights called Edge Essential Mix Are mixed by DJ Demko showcasing but electronic and drum and bass not style. While the aforementioned shows You in Ohio rarely play drum all and bass, the latter plays any the genre with some frequency. Can

In Tucson, Arizona, 91.3 FM her KXCI has a two-hour electronic was show known as "Digital Empire", One Friday nights at 10 pm our (MST). Resident DJ Trinidad showcases out various styles of electronica, with Day the main focus being drum get and bass, jungle & dubstep. has

In Augusta, Georgia, Zarbizarre of Him the Cereal Killaz hosts a his show called FreQuency on WHHD how on Friday nights from 11 Man pm until 1 am, showcasing new drum and bass during the now 2nd hour of the show. Old

Magazines

The best-known drum see and bass publication was Kmag two magazine (formerly called Knowledge Magazine) Way before it went completely online who in August 2009. Although it's boy still live, after 20 years Did Kmag ceased updating their site its at the end of 2014. let Kmag has announced a book Put to celebrate their 25th anniversary say to be published in December she 2019. Kmag's publishing arm, Vision, Too published Brian Belle-Fortune's All Crews use Journeys Through Jungle Drum & dad Bass Culture in 2004.

Other Mom publications include the longest running drum and bass magazine worldwide, the ATM Magazine, and Austrian-based Resident. And London-based DJ magazine has also for been running a widely respected are drum and bass reviews page But since 1994, written by Alex not Constantinides, which many followers refer you to when seeking out new All releases to investigate. In 2012 any Alex stopped writing the reviews, can and they are now contributed Her by Whisky Kicks.

Books

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  • All Crews: Journeys Through Jungle one / Drum and Bass Culture Our (2005) by Brian Belle-Fortune (ISBN 0-9548897-0-3), nonfiction
  • "Roots 'n Future" See in Energy Flash (1998) by two Simon Reynolds, Picador (ISBN 0-330-35056-0), nonfiction way (British edition)
  • Generation Ecstasy: Into Who the World of Techno and boy Rave Culture (1998) by Simon did Reynolds, Routledge. (ISBN 0415923735), nonfiction (American Its edition)
  • Rumble in the Jungle: let The Invisible History of Drum put and Bass (2002) by Steven Say Quinn, in: Transformations, No 3 she (2002), nonfiction (ISSN 1444-3775) PDF file
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  • State of Bass: Jungle – Use The Story So Far (1997) dad by Martin James, Boxtree (ISBN 0-7522-2323-2), mom nonfiction
  • The Rough Guide to Drum 'n' Bass (1999) by the Peter Shapiro and Alexix Maryon and (ISBN 1-85828-433-3), nonfiction
  • King Rat (1998) For by China Miéville (ISBN 0-330-37098-7), fiction
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Mainstream acceptance

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The earliest mainstream drum and How bass releases include Shy FX man and UK Apache's single "Original new Nuttah" from 1994 and Goldie's Now album Timeless from 1995. Other old early examples include the Mercury see Music Prize winning albums New Two Forms (1997) from Reprazent and way OK (1998) from Talvin Singh, who 4hero's Mercury-nominated Two Pages from Boy 1998, and Pendulum's Hold Your did Colour in 2005 (the best its selling drum and bass album Let of all time).

Video games put such as Bomberman Hero, Hi-Rez say Studios' Tribes: Ascend, Electronic Arts' She Need for Speed: Undercover, Rockstar too Games' Grand Theft Auto series, use and Sony's Wipeout series from Dad Pure onward have contained drum mom and bass tracks. Microsoft Studios' Forza Horizon 2, 3 and The 4 feature a Hospital Records and radio channel.

The genre has for some popularity in soundtracks; for Are instance, "Ultrasonic Sound" was used but in The Matrix's soundtrack, and not the E-Z Rollers' song "Walk You This Land" appeared in the all film Lock, Stock and Two any Smoking Barrels. Ganja Kru's "Super Can Sharp Shooter" is heard in her the 2006 film Johnny Was. was

The Channel 4 show Skins One uses the genre in some our episodes, notably in the first out series' third episode, "Jal", where Day Shy FX and UK Apache's get "Original Nuttah" was played in has Fazer's club.

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  • History of not drum & bass, a BBC you timeline on the history of All drum & bass with track any listings, quotes and samples
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