#2
I'm not exactly an expert either... but i have an album by Goldie called Timeless which is good. And Goldie is a pretty big name in drum & bass so i recommend getting that one.
#4
yeah i agree with goldie, aphrodite and dj hype.

also look for:

sub focus
pendulum
concord dawn
cyantific
andy c
d-bridge
shimon
total science
high contrast
bad company
fresh
shy fx
adam f
ltj bukem
roni size
noisia
ed rush
calibre
london elektricity
technical itch
klute
photek
dillinja

you will find a whole range of styles of dnb amongst those names.

also check out the hospital podcasts http://www.hospitalrecords.com/podcast.shtml
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#6
Quote by divid3d
yeah i agree with goldie, aphrodite and dj hype.

also look for:

sub focus
pendulum
concord dawn
cyantific
andy c
d-bridge
shimon
total science
high contrast
bad company
fresh
shy fx
adam f
ltj bukem
roni size
noisia
ed rush
calibre
london elektricity
technical itch
klute
photek
dillinja

you will find a whole range of styles of dnb amongst those names.

also check out the hospital podcasts http://www.hospitalrecords.com/podcast.shtml


Took some of the words right out of my mouth.
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#8
Man great list of D&B there but i cannot believe that you left out one of the best

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#10
I'm fairly new to this genre, but what I'm digging most is:

Generation Dub
Andy C
Fabio
Dj Hazard
Dj Zinc
Ed Rush & Optical
#11
I know this may be a bit of a stretch, but maybe someone here could make a compilation of essential D'n'B tracks? Or just provide a link to one? It would be much appreciated.
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