Celebrating the release of his new album HA! Jon Kennedy presents 65 fairly energetic minutes of Breaks, Bass Music Trip Hop and Dope Beats.
Strictly quality stuff: Addision Groove delivers 36 minutes of uplifiting Footwork, Bass and Jungle goodness.
Seventy-seven minutes of bass-heavy awesomeness, delivered by Griff, my favourite artist from the thriving Australian Glitch Hop scene. The warm and organic sound that is so typical for the Melbourne based artist has a very human, almost hand-played vibe to it. Also I love how it is deeply psychedelic in the most progressive, most forward-thinking…
Deep, dark and trippy Drum’n’Bass sounds from UK’s finest Biome. Only 40 minutes, but still a great DJ mix.
English beatmaker and drummer Jon Kennedy presents a one-hour musical journey through laid-back Trip Hop, bitcrushed Funk, Dope Beats, quirky Breaks and other mellow grooves.
Actually what’s the difference between Jungle and Drum’n’Bass? I had no clue… until I watched this great little documentation about the rise of Jungle music in the UK. Via Dazed.
I wouldn’t describe myself as the greatest Drum’n’Bass enthusiast, as a matter of fact my knowledge about this genre is very limited. However, I really enjoy listening to it – especially while writing and being under the influence of a high dose of caffeine, and especially if it has a deep, spaced-out vibe. That said…