View Full Version : CALLING DnB MASSIVE
21-11-2001, 10:27 PM
Ed Rush and Opticals latest shit on Virus and Twisted Individual's is generally the stylee I go for, though, I have run out of releases to buy!! Can anyone recommend a similar style on another label? (VINYL) I listened to Bad Companies new work recently though it doesnt do it for me like the forementioned do, every time. I dont have time to stand around and listen to records in the shops- I go in and bulk buy- and as Im a slave to my desk at work, unless I can listen to them on MP3 (which obviously for these I cannot) I need some help RE: similar styles to the forementioned.
Thanking those that know their DnB in advance. the Nice One thehttp://www.teknoscape.com.au/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif
22-11-2001, 09:59 AM
PKING although I know bugger all about drum n bass, I did want to ask you a question..
Were you able to get into the jungle stuff from the outset - or did you still love yer 'ardcore for awhile..
I've tried to give it a go but just canna appreciate it.
22-11-2001, 12:26 PM
you talkn wax or cd? ..or dont you care?
one like the goose
23-11-2001, 06:18 PM
Check out juno records. (http://www.juno.co.uk) shop based in the uk it has mp3 for download and asf for streaming. keeps a back cat for about six months which is pretty cool. you have to pay by credit card but ive been ordering off them regularly for about two years with no probs. deliver takes around ten days. its all good.
26-11-2001, 09:44 PM
You sound like you have the opposite problem to me... I find there's always too many releases to buy.
Anything on Underfire, Audio Blueprint, Negative, DSCI4, Subtitles or recent Certificate 18 releases would be good to have a listen to if you're into the Virus sound.
Artists on those labels include Kemal, Rob Data, Paul Reset, Teebee, Klute, Polar, Stakka, Skynet, Future Prophecies, Ed Rush, Optical... the list goes on. http://www.teknoscape.com.au/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif
A site named Chemical Records (http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/) in the UK has a whole load of releases that can be streamed. They have reasonably complete clips (normally around the 3m30s mark), which give you a good indication of how good the track is. I wouldn't buy from them unless you're really desperate though. http://www.teknoscape.com.au/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif
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