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Been Hittin on Drum & Bass Lately

One of my engineers introduced me to jungletrain.net and I have had it on in the background for (2) days straight now

Anyone else get into D & B? - Twaz never really a Genre that I got into before but I have to say, this station is pretty dope - The tracks tend to follow the time of day - it is all EuroTrash DJs but they have their fingers on the pulse

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Nice!... This is kind of like this website

http://www.di.fm
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yep. good stuff.

http://www.dnbradio.com

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http://ukbassradio.com

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been listening to some dubstep ..

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This is where I get 90% of my music - GREAT site

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I used to listen to drum n bass when the Jungle Book was out and you could buy pants at the Level on Archer. A long time ago...

Talk about a time capsule. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMPGrbX2Ddc

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I used to listen to drum n bass when the Jungle Book was out and you could buy pants at the Level on Archer. A long time ago...

Talk about a time capsule. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMPGrbX2Ddc
level !!! wow, almost forgot about that place. funny thing is, i didn't like jungle/D&B when it first broke (i was a hardcore techno/trance snob back then.) took me a few years to warm up to it.

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HA - Sweet - Yeah, that takes me back - I am sad to say my intro to D&B came from an MTV Collection called "Amp" and I use to BLAST that shit in my old Beemer - Aphrodite had one of the best remixes on it - It was a JB mix too - Below are the (2) CDs that MTV put out - Cannot remember which one was the D&B themed.....and then the tune I use to get BANANAS to

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Hudson Mohawke, Starkey Take Over Smart Bar For Subfix Massive

Subfix, Smart Bar's perpetual dubstep and drum 'n bass night, will once again morph into Subfix Massive this Thursday. The night, an all-building event between both Smart Bar and Metro, saw success earlier this summer due to a varied, quality bill of Nosaj Thing, Datsik, Eprom and others. Not to mention the 18+ age association, which generally opens the flood gates for these types of shows. This Thursday's incarnation of Subfix Massive should easily rival the success of that night with a bill featuring Glasgow's Hudson Mohawke, Starkey, Dieselboy, and residents Quadratic and Phaded.

Hudson Mohawke has long been a guy on our radar with his off-kilter, mesmerizing beats held in sway by impeccable harmonies. Signed to Warp, HudMo is a few degrees removed from producers like Flying Lotus and Autechre and, in some aspects, his productions are even crazier. HudMo's support, notably Starkey and Dieselboy, will pump the night full of enough sonic variance that each phase of the night should be fresh forays into the disjointed, stuttery, booming sounds of dubstep and drum 'n bass.

Subfix Massive is Thursday September 23, 10 p.m., Metro/Smart Bar, 3730 N. Clark St., 18+, $10-$14
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