Aspect 9 Project vs Vertical Horizons Prezents

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    BRUM & BASS VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE

    Event Info:
    Start Time:14 February 2009 at 22:30
    End Time: 15 February 2009 at 04:00
    Location:TOM'S GALLERY
    Street:13 PRINCE ALBERT STREET BN1
    Town/City:Brighton, United Kingdom
    On The Doors:2.oo GBP

    Description:
    DJ NID (Aspect 9)
    DJ RETRO (Vertical Horizons)
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    Drum and bass music (drum n bass, DnB) is an electronic music style. Drum and bass, originally an offshoot of the United Kingdom breakbeat hardcore and rave scene, came into existence when people mixed reggae basslines with sped-up hip hop breakbeats and influences from techno .

    Based almost entirely in England, Drum'n'Bass (then called 'jungle' ) established in the early '90s. It is one of the most rhythmically complex of all forms of dance music, relying on extremely fast polyrhythms and breakbeats . Usually, it's entirely instrumental — consisting of nothing but fast drum machines and deep bass.
    As its name implies, jungle does have more overt reggae, dub, and R&B influences than most hardcore — and that is why some critics claimed that the music was the sound of black techno musicians and DJs reclaiming it from the white musicians and DJs who dominated the hardcore scene.

    And also

    HISTORY OF JUNGLE / DRUM & BASS:

    Breakbeat was an underground music which had originally come in from the USA in the late 1970s. Frankie Bones , at his early DJ-ing stage had created breakbeat irregular music, whereby he had overlapped two same records on turn-table decks at slightly different speeds and slightly delayed. This would create asynchronous beat, which would drive the crowd crazy. His track named "Bones Breaks" was a pioneer if not discovererof breakbeat which has remained strictly underground since. In the late 80s, house scene erupted in UK, especially in London. As house scene had progressed, the ecstasy rave culture had emerged from the youth, suppressing the football hooliganism. House from one side and breakbeat from the other side had created a combination, which later led to production of what was called jungle and what is now called drum & bass.