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LTJ Buken - Horizons (Komatic Rework)

Still unreleased but such a good tune, the Komatic rework of Horizons by LTJ Bukem is one of my all-time favourite dnb tracks. Based on the original 1997 track from the album ‘Logical Progression’, this remix is a melodic roller with soaring pads and crunchy drums, held together by a jungle style bassline that switches up for the second drop. 20 more words

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October 21st- Nicolas Jaar- Sirens

Subtlety, Space and Silence are not qualities, which many would associate with modern electronic music especially in this post-EDM, brostep-inspired environment, in which we now live. 425 more words

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My holiday is done and i’m back to work, but

I did something. been checking my flashcards – i actually do remember around 90% of all flashcards i’ve made. 85 more words

July 22nd- Fixate- March On EP

The second drum and bass appearance on my blog and a second recommended record for Exit Records, following the brilliant and diverse Richie Brains album. Exit Records continues to be the most exciting drum and bass label in the UK and represents a diversity of sound, which post LTJ Bukem and Andy C’s Bodyrock is often lost within the genre. 349 more words

Drink Time Faves (June 2016): Journey Inwards (LTJ Bukem)

For the better part of 2001 this dual CD-Set was my main go-to material for most things chillout and downtempo. I first heard “Sunrain” as part of a sampler and was intrigued enough to go out and buy the physical CD from a store in Aiea, Hawaii. 964 more words

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