Groundbreaking DnB Tunes

TheGambit

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A few tunes that I feel were groundbreaking.

Doc Scott - Shadowboxing - 31 Records - 1996
DJ Trace - The Mutant Revisited - Emotif - 1996
Optical - The End Part 1 - 31 Records - 1997

All 3 tracks raised eyebrows within parts of the D&B community at the time because they were different. I remember mixing Shadowboxing into Mutant Revisited and my mate said "Why are you playing this shit?" lol

Which artists would you pick as groundbreaking IN current DnB?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z-6e3zIE2k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CchTEMLhJuQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMkmfH6Wiuw
 

Gloxxy

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Darren White is the groundbreaker for me at the moment. Taking Drum and Bass full circle and stripping it down to the bare elements.
 

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Classic:
LTJ Buekm – Atlantis (still get shivers from this one!)
Krust – Warhead
Alex Reece – Pulp Fiction
Bad Company – The Nine



I would say Lynx, D Bridge and Breakge are the recent ground breakers.
 
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dnbkingz

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Alien girl.
Because that it my answer for everything these days because it is that damn good.
I will try and back it up with some sort of evidence later.
Need to go to the shops now.
 

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I think the forum knows whats comming.................


TURBULENCE!!!
yeah turbulance is a banging tune, theres no doubt about it.
but when it came out nobody was saying moving fusion were ground breaking because of it!

groundbreaker - pioneer: someone who helps to open up a new line of research or technology or art
 

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LENNY DE ICE - WE ARE I E
LTJ BUKEM - MUSIC
ALEX REECE - PULP FICTION
RAY KEITH - TERRORIST
SHY FX - CHOPPER REMIX
JONNY L - PIPER
MAMPI SWIFT - THE ONE
MOVING FUSION - TURBULENCE (NO ONE WAS MAKING TUNES LIKE THIS WHEN IT CAME OUT)
BAD COMPANY - THE NINE
BAD COMPANY - PLANET DUST
SUBFOCUS - X-RAY
PENDULUM - MASOCHIST
HAZARD - BUSTED
HAZARD - MACHETE
LYNX - DISCO DODO
HAZARD - WICKED SO

each one set trends, not so groundbreaking but tunes that have changed drum & bass production ideas IMO
 
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