all time favourite producer/label

sam the dnb man

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hmmm its a hard one but id say goldie and ed rush and optical
without them dnb wouldnt be what it is today

also goldie is the master of the pad and synth..so much emotion in his tracks
 

MARKLAR

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had a little fink an my fav artists would hab to be ram trilogy mainly for beastman and mind overload 1 of my most fav tunes ever!!!!
 

Riisu

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producer = break.

probably without a doubt. there's not many tunes i hear by him i don't like in some way. he's one of the most consisntant producers around. and i think he can flip the script and turn his hand to a LOT of different styles if he really wanted to. like, he can make jump up without it being jump up, and he can pull of liquid without it acutally being liquid. and he'll rip you a new arsehole without you even knowing.

the geezer is just shit hot.

label wise. it's a toughy. a real tough one.
i'm going to have to get back to you on that one.
 

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RAM RAM RAM!!!!

producer is hard one!!

mine has changed from

Bad company
Dillinja
Pendulum
Subfocus

Overall the tunes that have got the biggest reaction from me and make the hairs on my neck stand up is........... Pendulum (old)
 

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Easy, the labels Ram, that's a no brainer for me...

Producer is well difficult though innit, real difficult, fuck knows really!
 

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although mainly love jump up, liquid is just as amazing. so i'd have to give more credit to their talent as musicians. so high contrast and commix. jump up wise hazard or twisted individual
 
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producer = break.

probably without a doubt. there's not many tunes i hear by him i don't like in some way. he's one of the most consisntant producers around. and i think he can flip the script and turn his hand to a LOT of different styles if he really wanted to. like, he can make jump up without it being jump up, and he can pull of liquid without it acutally being liquid. and he'll rip you a new arsehole without you even knowing.

the geezer is just shit hot.

label wise. it's a toughy. a real tough one.
i'm going to have to get back to you on that one.
I agree with Break as fav producer 100%.
I play alot of stuff off of smaller, lesser known labels but as far as top to bottom quality I'd say Moving Shadow or Ren Hardware
 
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