#2
Duh.

Ed Rush & Optical
Photek (early)
Source Direct
Goldie (check out Timeless, legendary album)
London Elektricity
Evol Intent
Calyx
Tebbe
Dom & Roland
EZ Rollers
Fanu
Kryptic Minds & Leon Switch

I think that'll do for now.

And next time, go to the Techno & Dance thread.
According to BS statistics, 92% of teens have moved on to rap. If you're among the 8% who doesn't consider rap to be real music, donate your brains, as you clearly aren't using them.
#3
^ Good recommendations.

Here's a few more

Andy C
Shy FX
Bad Company
Cause 4 Concern
Grooverider
Dieselboy
Hive
Aphrodite
AK1200
LTJ Bukem
Amon Tobin
Concord Dawn
Dara
High Contrast
Hype
Kosheen
Micky Finn
Plug
Roni Size
Total Science
Zinc

That should get you a good mix of some of the many styles of DnB
#4
Drum n Bass as a genre is good, when it suits. Like in a car or on a driving game, or at a drum n bass night.

But I'd get some DJ Marky, High Contrast, Moving Fusion, Dillaninja, Mulder, badboyzofbreaks (lol), Blame and Jon I Shoxx.

If any of these have already been mentioned, IDGAD, so there.
This week I have mostly been listening to...

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As an additional remark, I would advise everybody to stfu and listen to Buz XD

#6
Ironically my pick of the week would be Pendulum... I'm so ashamed.
This week I have mostly been listening to...

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As an additional remark, I would advise everybody to stfu and listen to Buz XD

#9
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The Anatomy LP by Calyx and Teebee has some great tracks.

It got old really fast. Its really just for dancing. That's not what a dnb album should be.
#10
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Clipz





According to BS statistics, 92% of teens have moved on to rap. If you're among the 8% who doesn't consider rap to be real music, donate your brains, as you clearly aren't using them.
#12
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Nah I like him cos' of the weird sound effects he uses. It's silly fun.

Its retarded is what it is.