Bambaata (Dillinja Remix) - Hive - Hip Hop 2023 (CD)

Drum and bass is dominated by a relatively small group of record labels. The major international music labels have shown very little interest in the drum and bass scene. Script error: No such module "main". Script error: No such module "Labelled list hatnote". In the late s and early s, a growing nightclub and overnight outdoor event culture gave birth to a new electronic music style called rave music , which, much like hip-hop , combined sampled syncopated beats or breakbeats, other samples from a wide range of different musical genres and, occasionally, samples of music, dialogue and effects from films and television programmes.

But rave music tended to feature stronger bass sounds and a faster tempo to over beats per minute BPM than that of early house music. This subgenre was known as "hardcore" rave but from as early as , some musical tracks made up of these high-tempo break beats, with heavy basslines and samples of older Jamaican music, were referred to as "jungle techno ", a genre influenced by Jack Smooth and Basement Records, and later just "jungle", which became recognised as a separate musical genre popular at raves and on pirate radio in Britain.

It is important to note when discussing the history of drum and bass that prior to jungle, rave music was getting faster and more experimental. Professional DJ and producer C. Anyone buying vinyl every week from to noticed this. By , jungle had begun to gain mainstream popularity and fans of the music often referred to as junglists became a more recognisable part of youth subculture.

The genre further developed, incorporating and fusing elements from a wide range of existing musical genres, including the raggamuffin sound, dancehall , MC chants, dub basslines, and increasingly complex, heavily edited breakbeat percussion. Despite the affiliation with the ecstasy-fuelled rave scene, jungle also inherited some associations with violence and criminal activity, both from the gang culture that had affected the UK's hip-hop scene and as a consequence of jungle's often aggressive or menacing sound and themes of violence usually reflected in the choice of samples.

However, this developed in tandem with the often positive reputation of the music as part of the wider rave scene and dancehall-based Jamaican music culture prevalent in London. By , whether as a reaction to, or independently of this cultural schism, some jungle producers began to move away from the ragga-influenced style and create what would become collectively labelled, for convenience, as drum and bass.

As the genre became generally more polished and sophisticated technically, it began to expand its reach from pirate radio to commercial stations and gain widespread acceptance circa — It also began to split into recognisable subgenres such as jump-up and Hardstep. As a lighter and often jazz-influenced style of drum and bass gained mainstream appeal, additional subgenres emerged including techstep circa — which drew greater influence from techno music and the soundscapes of science fiction and anime films.

But towards the turn of the millennium its popularity was deemed to have dwindled as the UK garage style known as speed garage yielded several hit singles. Speed garage shared high tempos and heavy basslines with drum and bass, but otherwise followed the established conventions of "house music", with this and its freshness giving it an advantage commercially.

The beats and tempo that define house are entirely different. This did cause further confusion in the presence of new house music of the mids being played alongside what was now being called garage. Drum and bass incorporates a number of scenes and styles, from the highly electronic, industrial sounds of techstep through to the use of conventional, acoustic instrumentation that characterise the more jazz-influenced end of the spectrum.

Jungle has a distinct African flow which is "dirty". Drum and Bass for mainstream UK was clean and formal. B King have also been cited by producers as inspirations.

Even modern avant-garde composers such as Henryk Gorecki have received mention. One of his more famous basslines Reese — "Just Want Another Chance", Incognito Records, was indeed sampled on Renegade's Terrorist and countless others since, being known simply as the 'Reese' bassline.

He followed these up with equally influential and bassline-heavy tracks in the UK hardcore style as Tronik House in — Another Detroit artist who was important for the scene is Carl Craig. The sampled-up jazz break on Carl Craig's Bug in the Bassbin was also influential on the newly emerging sound, DJs at the Rage club used to play it pitched up increased speed as far as their Technics record decks would go.

By the late s and early s the tradition of breakbeat use in hip hop production had influenced the sound of breakbeat hardcore , which in turn led to the emergence of jungle, drum and bass, and other genres that shared the same use of broken beats. Dre , Mos Def , Beastie Boys and the Pharcyde are very often directly sampled, regardless of their general influence.

Clearly drum and bass has been influenced by other music genres, though influences from sources external to the electronic dance music scene perhaps lessened following the shifts from jungle to drum and bass, and through to so-called "intelligent drum and bass" and techstep.

Some tracks are illegally remixed and released on white label technically bootleg , often to acclaim. For example, DJ Zinc's remix of The Fugees ' " Ready or Not ", also known as "Fugee Or Not", was eventually released with the Fugees' permission after talk of legal action, though ironically the Fugees' version infringed Enya 's copyright to an earlier song. The genre places great importance on the "bass line", a deep sub-bass musical pattern which can be felt physically through powerful sound systems due to the low-range frequencies favoured.

There has been considerable exploration of different timbres in the bass line region, particularly within techstep. The bass lines most notably originate from sampled sources or synthesizers. Bass lines performed with a bass instrument, whether it is electric, acoustic or a double bass , are less common but examples can be found in the work of bands such as Shapeshifter , Squarepusher , Roni Size and STS9.

The Roland TR Rhythm Composer, produced —, had a bass drum sound which became very important in Drum and bass. Of equal importance is the TR kick drum, an artificially pitch-downed or elongated bass drum sound sampled from Roland's classic TR drum machine, and a sound which has been subject to an enormous amount of experimentation over the years. The complex syncopation of the drum tracks' breakbeat , is another facet of production on which producers can spend a very large amount of time.

The Amen break is generally acknowledged to have been the most-used and often considered the most powerful break in drum and bass. The Amen break was synonymous with early drum and bass productions but other samples have had a significant impact, including the Apache , Funky Drummer , "Soul Pride", "Scorpio" and " Think About It " breaks.

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The genre further developed, incorporating and fusing elements from a wide range of existing musical genres, including the raggamuffin sound, dancehall , MC chants, dub basslines, and increasingly complex, heavily edited breakbeat percussion.

Despite the affiliation with the ecstasy -fuelled rave scene, jungle also inherited associations with violence and criminal activity, both from the gang culture that had affected the UK's hip-hop scene and as a consequence of jungle's often aggressive or menacing sound and themes of violence usually reflected in the choice of samples. However, this developed in tandem with the often positive reputation of the music as part of the wider rave scene and dancehall-based Jamaican music culture prevalent in London.

By , whether as a reaction to, or independently of this cultural schism, some jungle producers began to move away from the ragga-influenced style and create what would become collectively labelled, for convenience, as drum and bass. As the genre became generally more polished and sophisticated technically, it began to expand its reach from pirate radio to commercial stations and gain widespread acceptance circa — It also began to split into recognisable subgenres such as Hardstep , Jump up, Ragga, Techstep, and what was known at the time as Intelligent.

As more melodic and often Jazz-influenced subgenres of drum and bass called Atmospheric or Intelligent Blame music producer and Blu Mar Ten and JazzStep 4Hero , Roni Size gained mainstream appeal, additional subgenres emerged including techstep in , drawing influence from techno. The popularity of drum and bass at its commercial peak ran parallel to several other genres native to the UK, including big beat and hard house.

Towards the turn of the millennium, however, its popularity was deemed to have dwindled, as the UK garage offshoot known as speed garage yielded several hit singles. Speed garage shared high tempos and heavy basslines with drum and bass, but otherwise followed the established conventions of "house music", with this and its freshness giving it an advantage commercially.

The beats and tempo that define house are entirely different. This did cause further confusion in the presence of new house music of the mids being played alongside what was now being called garage. Despite this, the emergence of further subgenres and related styles such as liquid funk brought a wave of new artists incorporating new ideas and techniques, supporting continual evolution of the genre. Drum and bass incorporates a number of scenes and styles, from the highly electronic, industrial sounds of techstep to the use of conventional, acoustic instrumentation that characterise the more jazz-influenced end of the spectrum.

Drum and bass could at one time be defined as a strictly electronic musical genre, with the only "live" element being the DJ's selection and mixing of records during a set. B King have also been cited by producers as inspirations. Even modern avant-garde composers such as Henryk Gorecki have received mention. One of his more famous basslines Reese — "Just Want Another Chance", Incognito Records, was indeed sampled on Renegade's Terrorist and countless others since, being known simply as the 'Reese' bassline.

He followed these up with equally influential and bassline-heavy tracks in the UK hardcore style as Tronik House in — Another Detroit artist who was important to the scene was Carl Craig. The sampled-up jazz break on Craig's Bug in the Bassbin was also influential on the newly emerging sound. DJs at the Heaven nightclub on "Rage" nights used to play it as fast as their Technics record decks would go, pitching it up in the process. By the late s and early s, the tradition of breakbeat use in hip hop production had influenced the sound of breakbeat hardcore , which in turn led to the emergence of jungle, drum and bass, and other genres that shared the same use of broken beats.

Dre , Mos Def , Beastie Boys and the Pharcyde are very often directly sampled, regardless of their general influence. Clearly, drum and bass has been influenced by other music genres, though influences from sources external to the electronic dance music scene perhaps lessened following the shifts from jungle to drum and bass, and through to so-called "intelligent drum and bass" and techstep.

Some tracks are illegally remixed and released on white label technically bootleg , often to acclaim. For example, DJ Zinc's remix of The Fugees ' " Ready or Not ", also known as "Fugee Or Not", was eventually released with the Fugees' permission after talk of legal action, though ironically, the Fugees' version infringed Enya 's copyright to an earlier song. The Amen break was synonymous with early drum and bass productions but other samples have had a significant impact, including the Apache , Funky Drummer , "Soul Pride", "Scorpio" and " Think About It " breaks.

Of equal importance is the TR kick drum, an artificially pitch-downed or elongated bass drum sound sampled from Roland 's classic TR drum machine, and a sound which has been subject to an enormous amount of experimentation over the years. Many drum and bass tracks have featured more than one sampled breakbeat in them and a technique of switching between two breaks after each bar developed. Examples of this can be heard on mids releases such as J Majik 's "Your Sound".

A more recent commonly used break is the "Tramen", which combines the Amen break , a James Brown funk breakbeat " Tighten Up " or "Samurai" break and an Alex Reece drum and bass breakbeat. The relatively fast drum beat forms a canvas on which a producer can create tracks to appeal to almost any taste and often will form only a background to the other elements of the music.

The complex syncopation of the drum tracks' breakbeat is another facet of production on which producers can spend a very large amount of time. The Amen break is generally acknowledged to have been the most-used and often considered the most powerful break in drum and bass. The genre places great importance on the bassline , in this case a deep sub-bass musical pattern which can be felt physically through powerful sound systems due to the low-range frequencies favoured.

There has been considerable exploration of different timbres in the bass line region, particularly within techstep.

The bass lines most notably originate from sampled sources or synthesizers. Bass lines performed with a bass instrument, whether it is electric, acoustic or a double bass , are less common, but examples can be found in the work of artists such as Shapeshifter , Squarepusher , Pendulum , Roni Size and STS9.

As the genre became generally more polished and sophisticated technically, it began to expand its reach from pirate radio to commercial stations and gain widespread acceptance circa It also began to split into recognizable subgenres such as jump-up and hardstep.

But towards the turn of the millennium its popularity was deemed to have dwindled as the UK garage style known as speed garage yielded several hit singles. Despite this, the emergence of further subgenres and related styles such as liquid funk brought a wave of new artists incorporating new ideas and techniques, supporting continual evolution of the genre.

One of the more common and traditional elements is a prominent snare drum falling on the second and fourth beats. There has been considerable exploration of different timbres in the bass line region, particularly within techstep. The bass lines most notably originate from sampled sources or synthesizers.

Bass lines performed with a bass instrument, whether it is electric, acoustic or a double bass, are less common but examples can be found in the work of artists such as Shapeshifter, Squarepusher, Roni Size and STS9. Sampled basslines are often taken from double bass recordings or from publicly available loops. The relatively fast drum beat forms a canvas on which a producer can create tracks to appeal to almost any taste and often will form only a background to the other elements of the music.

A listener or dancer can concentrate on this element rather than the faster drums. The faster a track is in BPM terms, the less complex its drum patterns can be because at higher step the elements cease to be heard separately, turning them into a wall of sound. I strongly suggest removing the dual appellation of this category and just name it Drum and Bass once and for all. You do not build a Jungle song like any other DnB song and even though Jungle was teh style that was predominant in the early DnB scene, it does not make it a generic term just like Rock and roll isn't the same as modern rock.

By reading the main article I'm sure you'll agree with me that comment is due. Dogs On Acid is in itself a phenomen worthy of encyclopedic entry. Rolldabeats is a database. If the article uses "drum and bass" throughout, don't start using "Drum and Bass" except where appropriate, as a subgenre name or title. In this case it's probably useful as there is not one standard way of writing it.

Smartgenes talk , 2 August UTC. They also help to lead readers to the article, for instance if they type dnb into the wiki search. Correcting grammar and spelling is worthwhile but to really increase the quality of this article, you that means you! The article needs more pictures and more media. That means uploading material, labelling it and putting it into the text. The article also needs to be read by somebody fresh to its content to clean up inconsistencies such as usage of names and POV.

I put a lot work into this article last year and I would appreciate somebody doing the same this year. Any objections to my archiving the first half of this talk page? In the lack of dissent or discussion, I'm archiving. I'm pretty sure that DnB is broadcast by a number of internet radio stations, but none are mentioned in the "Radio" section of the article. These should perhaps be researched and added in.

We seem to spend half our time removing links. I'd remove the external links section completely but the current links are useful and of encyclopedic interest. I don't have the energy to reformat the list and put in full details but if somebody has the energy to do it Gunsmoke Renegade Snares - Omni Trio. Additional tracks [3]. I'd suggest creating a seperate entry perhaps with a graphic timeline to link into this article and the history of dnb article.

There is no doubt drum and bass was a part of the rave scene to begin with. Just give them their props for the later tunes IMO.

Just exclude the cheesy rave IMO. I'm sure that a list of significant tracks would immediately become a battleground for arguments over what is significant and what is not, which in turn is a good thing as conflict leads to creativity. We've been stagnating a bit here This has led to the creation of very large and intensely loud soundsystems by producers wishing to show off their tracks in a true high fidelity environment, such as Dillinja's Valve Sound System.

This does not mean, however, that the music cannot be appreciated on personal equipment. Firstly, the statement that only professional grade woofers are capable of reproducing the basslines present within drum and bass is simply untrue.

Using spectographic analysis software the lowest frequencies the vast majority of tracks hit is around 30hz, well within the range of many decent hifi systems, studio monitor systems how do you think producers mix the stuff in the first place?

There is no such thing as a "cross-over amplifer", crossovers do a different job to amplifiers, and they are rarely part of the same unit in home or pro audio. It is also worth noting that "intensely loud" and "high fidelity" are not particularly related, and i doubt that many people would classify the valve sound system, for example as "hi-fi", though impressive it is. I think it could be stated that many people feel that drum and bass is more enjoyable in a club environment, and i believe the valve sound system and others is of note, however the section i removed was basically a load of crap.

Noodle snacks , 12 May UTC. Drum and bass is perfectly listenable at home on a good system. However there is no way that a typical home system can produce the same range of sound as a club system. The Valve Soundsystem is a high fidelity system. It was not created to be loud, but to accurately reproduce music. It is a deep bass system playing bass that cannot be recreated at home.

It is of course loud but it remains hi-fidelity. This article seems to be written as if it is taken for grated that drum and bass is the best thing that ever happened to music, I have already corrected several ridiculous comments such as one claming that drum and bass has particularly fine sonic qualities that cannot be reproduced on home equipment.

This of course is rubbish and assumes that no one in the world has a sub woofer or a volume knob that goes above 90dB. This sort of article is what brings wikipedia down, it is obviously written by fans of the genre who have little to no knowledge of the wider world of music or its technology, and as such ready more like propaganda than an encyclopaedia.

I move that this article be removed for serious revision by an unbiased party. The part you mention quite clearly referred to the frequency response, not "fine sonic quality". It's easy to mock something as ridiculous when you completely reword it in a ridiculous way. Perhaps you can find the average consumer hi-fi, ghettoblaster or ipod headphones which produce a decent 30hz subbass? Oh wait - they don't. Hence the article's original, correct, and not biased or propagandist, comment.

Stevekeiretsu , 2 February UTC. Thirdly, it is provable that dnb is best appreciated on high quality sound equipment, to a larger degree than some other types music.

Highly procued dnb say Dillinja uses low range frequencies that cannot be reproduced on home equipment, unless it is of very high quality.

This of course differentiates it from say pop or rock which have less demanding frequency response. Nobody is writing that dnb is better because of this response. If you do not understand why dnb demands high quality listening conditions, then you have no knowledge of music. Sixthly, if you have a point to make, discuss it here before you make your biased comments in the text. Who is biased?

It is debatable as to if what are essentially PA systems such as the valve sound system , could be considered high quality in the scheme of things. I would go so far as to say that drum and bass demands less high quality listening conditions than say, a stereo recording of a string quartet. If you had any experiance producing tracks, you would realise the amount of processing that sounds go through. I'd also question your understanding of "frequency response", much PA gear rolls off at khz and the best of pro audio subs roll off at 30hz at the lowest.

A very rare cd which i managed to get hold of back in the day. I believe a few of these were sent as a promo to a limited number of record shops prior to the official release. Hive absolutely destroys the Dom original! What a intro and what a remix! Keeps it close to the original with a new intro and a huge drop. Love it Dillinja remix.

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