Funky Uplifting Jazzy Psychedelic?

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  1. FreeBalloonday

    FreeBalloonday New Member

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    Hey all! First time posting.
    I'm a big fan of drum n' bass but often find stuff that can so easily be put into certain genres. I am not sure what the genre of this album is... it is just so righteous and I would LOVE to find more drum n' bass like it. Stuff that is maybe a little silly, psychedelic, jazzy, uplifting, ect. But more on the experimental side than being your standard types of drum n bass.
    The album is Mindex's The Adventures of Multi-Dimensional Caterpillar.
    I feel like it really tells a story and is a really great psychedelic joyride through lovely dnb.
    It is free (legally) for download here:
    http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/mindex-the-adventures-of-multi-dimensional-caterpillar
     
  2. Large Marge

    Large Marge garbage truck

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    had a listen to the clips...reminds me quite a bit of the jazzy stuff that came into fashion in the late 90s. I reckon you'd probably like the albums EZ Rollers - Walk This Land and also Peshay - Miles From Home. more recently you could give Kabuki - Warrior Soul a try, that's a lot more straight ahead dnb sounding though
     
  3. Brex

    Brex The house guy

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    A lot of time for that album.
     
  4. Freek

    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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  5. FreeBalloonday

    FreeBalloonday New Member

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    Choice stuff :) Thanks guys! Phat Cat track was pretty sexy. And I thought the EZ Rollers track was pretty dope as well.
    Still worlds apart from what I was curious about, but really tight tracks with a jazzy feel. I can appreciate that. :)
     
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    Brex The house guy

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    Try D.Kay - Indiviual Soul album.
     
  7. Large Marge

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    yeah there's some really good stuff on it. Not heard anything from kabuki since it came out