I completely disagree with you. I think it's great that fans of dnb now have found a platform & feel confident to bring their own parts to the music they adore. Perhaps some of it is shit, perhaps some of it is not to your taste but I rather have more people producing tracks that maybe I don't like than your clique of producers that have been around forever that somehow get recognition.Originally posted by AVE
pretty much everyone who was making them before, as well as 10,000 others who own computers now, thinking that gives them the right to flood the market with crap.
you're not missing much, thats for sure ! drum&bass in the last year or two has been for the most part shite. There is still lots of good, its just outnumbered ten fold by the crap.
much like any genre i guess.
you dig, d-lo?
Hmmm Jungle you say, I must have been dreaming that they played that at the Goldie Event. Oh and that there are new releases coming out. Best part of the dream is it was not tech step.Originally posted by smile
who's making jungle records still?
i'm not making fun, i really would like to know, been out of the loop for a while.
the whole tech-step surge was over years ago...but what's wrong with tech-step anyway?Originally posted by Humanjava
Hmmm Jungle you say, I must have been dreaming that they played that at the Goldie Event. Oh and that there are new releases coming out. Best part of the dream is it was not tech step.
exactly. I find theres so much shit out there that is basically jungle by numbers. boring, uninspired, head up its ass jungle.Originally posted by miss riot
But everything that becomes mainstream (even in a small scene) becomes diluted & is at much more liberty to lose what it may have had before.