Tagged with “dnb” (19)

  1. Roots and Future: A History of U.K. Dance

    Look around today’s musical mainstream, and you’ll quickly realized that dance styles are everywhere, filling stadiums, topping charts, and gathering tens of thousands in festivals around the country. Yet few know their full history. “Roots and Future” explores how a community of (primarily) black British musicians, fans, D.J.s, and radio pirates recreated dance music in the United Kingdom during the 1990s and 2000s.

    Connected to the musical mainstream during 1989’s drug and rave fueled “second summer of love,” these musicians learned to combine American hip-hop, dancehall toasting, dub bass, and techno euphoria to create style after chart-topping style, from drum-twisting jungle to the slick sounds of garage, the ferocious rhythms of grime, and the all-encompassing low-end of dubstep. We’ll speak to legendary pirate radio D.J.s, underground label owners, and groundbreaking producers. We’ll check young M.C.s spitting their bars on illegal frequencies, and hear veterans playing to their beloved audiences. And most importantly? We’ll rave. See you on the dance floor.

    #733 Roots and Future: A History of U.K. Dance Producer: Sam Backer Airdate: June 23rd 2016

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/afropop-worldwide/roots-and-future-a-history-of-uk-dance
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  2. Alan Turing | Oxford DNB

    Oxford DNB biography podcast: Alan Turing (1912-1954), pioneer of computing

    “In 1944 Turing knew his own concept of the universal machine; the speed and reliability of electronics; and the inefficiency of building new machines for new logical processes. These provided the principle, the means, and the motivation for the modern computer, a single machine capable of any programmed task. He was spurred by a fourth idea that the universal machine should be able to acquire the faculties of the brain. Turing was captivated by the potential of the computer he had conceived. His thought became strongly determinist and atheistic in character, holding that the computer would offer unlimited scope for practical progress towards embodying intelligence in an artificial form.”


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  3. Data Transmission Podcast 158 - London Elektricity

    1 London Elektricity - Fault Lines 2 Sub Zero - Brighter Days 3 Marcus Intallex - Celestial Navigation 4 Nu:Tone ft Natalie Williams- The First Time 5 Reso - War Machine 6 Trisector- Lifeforms 7 Daft Punk- One More Time D&B bootleg 8 Eric Prydz - Nitton (Sigma remix) 9 London Elektricity - Meteorites 10 London Elektricity - Yikes 11 SPY - By Your Side 12 London Elektricity - Just One Second (Apex VIP Mix) 13 Netsky - Memory Lane 14 Subwave - Changes 15 Lung - Relapse 16 Sato - Dystopia 17 Mr Joseph - Danger Room 18 Tyke - Music Makers 19 Royalston - Cerulian Blue 20 Icicle ft SP MC - Dreadnaught 21 Adele - Rolling in the Deep D&B bootleg 22 London Elektricity - The Plan That Cannot Fail 23 London Elektricity - Had A Little Fight 24 Danny Byrd ft London Elektricity - Failsafe 25 Muffler - Dribble 26 Apex - Inner Space 27 London Elektricity - Invisible Worlds

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    tracklisting: 01. Vince Watson – Spores 02. Nusense – Archery (Vampire Audio) 03. Andyskopes & Mr Joseph – Trash Talk (Secret Operations) 04. Spinline – Made Guy (Dispatch Transit One) 05. Seba – Future Sound (Spearhead Ltd) 06. Seba & Method One – Mr Downstairs (Secret Operations) 07. War – Rafale (Tech Noir) 08. Seba – Nostalgia (Warm Communications) 09. Andy Skopes & Mr Joseph – Call For Arms (Secret Operations) 10. S.P.Y. – Fields Of Joy (Critical) 11. Adam Tensta – Ok Wow (Seba Remix) (EMI) 12. Fracture & Neptune – Hot Spot 13. Seba – Vanity (Warm Communications) 14. Keza – Monkey Business (Dispatch Transit One) 15. Seba & Physics – Before I Can Breathe (Secret Operations) 16. Seba & Physics – The Music (Secret Operations) 17. Seba – Welcome To Our World (Spearhead Ltd) 18. LSB – Rolling Sideways (Spearhead Ltd)


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  5. Trust In Bass Podcast 10 – Bellistic

    Definition of Ragga Drum and Bass: [1] A type of drum and bass music characterized by Ragga MCs constantly rhyming about Ganja. [2] Favourite style of Osnabrück based Bellistic who has selected some of the best Ragga DnB tunes for this episode.

    The Trust In Bass Podcast features monthly Drum’n’Bass / Dubstep mixes by resident Trust In Bass DJs (Osnabrück, Germany) and invited friends.

    http://trustinbass.de/ http://twitter.com/trustinbass http://www.myspace.com/522651913

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  6. Dj Void - Channel Zero

    This one’s a winter warmer kicking things off with some cold minimalism and getting hotter and heavier as it flows through. Plenty of tasty bits along the way including tunes from Alix Perez, Rockwell and SPY.

    Grimm & NuSense – Anxiety – Future Thinkin’ Fracture – Get Lost – Astrophonica Genotype – Mystical Mentality – Offkey Rockwell – Shards – Renegade Hardware Rockwell – Fakin’ Jacks – Shogun Audio Skeptical – Cold One (Jubei Remix) – Ingredients Lynx feat Hellrazor – On The Other Side – Blackout Total Science, SPY & DJ Lee – Relentless – Atlas Alix Perez – Menacing Ways – Shogun Audio Noisia & Alix Perez – Underprint – Invisible Calibre – Acid Hands – Signature A-Sides – One DJ – Clear Skyz Sato – Justify – Ingredients Vicious Circle & Universal Project – Rollers Convention – Siren Dose – Control Me – Smptm Gridlok & The Upbeats – The Jitters – Ram Black Sun Empire – Chaingang – Black Sun Empire Vicious Circle & Universal Project – Squadron – Siren SPY – Stormtrooper – Critical Nymfo – Autonomous Robot – Modulations SPY – Go With The Flow – Ram

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  7. DrumSkool215 Episode 7! w/ DJ Armen: “Jeepers Creepers!”

    Ed Rush and Optical’s seminal 1998 full length debut "Wormhole" always gets all the love… and for good reason. It pretty much changed the game for drum n bass, single-handedly dragging the sound into an unprecedented, new frontier. But it’s the duos follow up, "The Creeps" (released in 2000) that always did it for me.

    It carefully built upon the rolling, techno-funk of its predecessor but was somehow this even funkier, grittier soul - the production streamlined to yet another level. It’s aimed straight for the dancefloor, yet can just as easily be appreciated driving high speed down the interstate, during late night subway rides, or just spacing out on your bedroom floor inside a great pair of headphones. I’ve always felt the whole album works so well as one piece so I thought it was appropriate to showcase it on our podcast, in full, in October of course, an entire 10 years after it’s release (wow, I feel old!).

    Joey Breakdown mixing Ed Rush & Opticals’ "The Creeps": Ed Rush and Optical - Resurrection (feat. Ryme Tyme) - Virus Ed Rush and Optical - Check Out Time - Virus Ed Rush and Optical - Reach Out - Virus Ed Rush and Optical - Rock The House - Virus Ed Rush and Optical w/ Matrix - Flightpath - Virus Ed Rush and Optical - The Creeps - Virus Optical & Ryme Tyme - White Lightning - Virus Ed Rush and Optical - Pacman - Virus Ed Rush and Optical - Greed - Virus Ed Rush and Optical w/ Matrix - Fastlane (feat. Ryme Tyme) - Virus

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  8. Audite - choen dabbish 6

    Tracklist: 01: Barrington Levy – Don´t Run Away (J Frequency RMX) [Unsigned] 02: Wildlife – Sugar Me [Jungle Cakes] 03: Greg Packer & Big Bud – Raining Dub [Soundtrax] 04: Wildlife – Top Rankin [Jungle Cakes] 05: Wildlife – Wadodem [Jungle Cakes] 06: Top Cat – Pirate Radio (Serial Killaz RMX) [Street Life] 07: Leviticus – The Burial (Logistics RMX) [Philly Blunt] 08: Hiten – Large Up [Trackdonalds] 09: Tribe Of Issachar – Wardance (Serial Killaz VIP MIX) [Congo Natty] 10: Dope Ammo – Roots & Culture (Serial Killaz 2008 VIP) [Dope Ammo] 11: Top Cat – Ruffest Gun Ark (Chase & Status RMX) [Street Life] 12: Heretic – Ganja Killer [Rude Bwoy Plastic] 13: Unknown – Rude Boy [Cut & Run] 14: Krak In Dub – Fire Pon Di Jungle [Znootpoch] 15: HoT – Ring Di Alarm [Bad Dog Jungle] 16: Unknown – Unknown [Unknown] 17: DJ K – On A Mission [Dub Cat] 18: NSF – Limb By Limb [Unsigned] 19: Wildlife – Good Looking Gal [Jungle Cakes] 20: Wildlife – Pass Out (Will Street Wise Mix) [Jungle Cakes] 21: DJ Panik & M Rode – Shine Eye Girl [Nu Urban France] 22: Serial Killaz – Mash You Down [Ganja] 23: Serial Killaz – You Never Know [Serial Killaz] 24: DJ Panik ft. Iksel – 18 & Over [Nu Urban France] 25: Rub-A-Dub Soldiers – No Gun [Smokers]


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  9. Drumskool215 Podcast Vol. 4


    Fallen Angels - Frequency (Tango Remix) Source Direct - Approach & Identify Phaze 1 (Photek) - Natural Peshay - On The War Path Lemon D - Feel It Fourth Dimension - Just Play Music Stakka & K-Tee - Living For The Night Splash - Babylon ST Files - St Files Vol 1 Omni Trio - Nu Birth Of Cool JMJ & Richie - Hall Of Mirrors (Omni Trio Remix) System X (Photek) - Metamorphosis DJ Fallout - Love Me DJ Gunshot - Wheel & Deal DJ Nut Nut feat. Top Cat and Frankie Paul - Special Dedication Leviticus - Burial (Lover’s Rock Mix) Marvellous Cain - The Hitman (Remix) Andy C - Cool Down Asylum - Da Bass 2 Dark Renegade - The Terrorist (Grooverider rmx)

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  10. Metalheadz Podcast #15: Subwave

    1. Subwave - Reflections [METALHEADZ]
    2. Lenzman & Treez ft Jo-S - Stellar [SUBTITLES]
    3. Subwave - 4th Illusion [METALHEADZ]
    4. Enei - I Can Take [N/A]
    5. Lenzman - Open Page (Subwave Remix) [RAZORS EDGE]
    6. Data & Dynamic ft Kathy Brown - Compassion [METALHEADZ]
    7. NRanges & Uberman - Moth, Which Lives In The Room [N/A]
    8. Enei - Z-Grab (VIP) [N/A]
    9. Subwave - Rain Dance [METALHEADZ]
    10. Total Science & SPY - Above The Clouds [SHOGUN]
    11. Eastcolors & Enei - To Fly [HOSPITAL]
    12. Ulterior Motive & Jubei – Teverton [METALHEADZ]
    13. Sinistarr ft Agzilla – Emo [PLAY:MUZIK]

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