Drum & Bass Something to get your sets jumping this weekend!

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by thedude, Nov 4, 2011.

  1. thedude

    thedude Active Member

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    This is a track that I wrote in 2010. It is on the heavier side of the Drum & Bass spectrum and is designed to be a set starter to bring instant energy. I hope you enjoy it, it's free! And feel free to follow me if you like it, I will be posting some more in the near future once I find some time to work on some more music!



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  2. Freek

    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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    ooh its got my name in it :) will give this a listen/download when i get home from work! bigups for the freebie tho mate.
     
  3. thedude

    thedude Active Member

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    Written just for you :banana:
     
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  5. Freek

    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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    yea man, not my particular cup of tea when it comes to dnb, but still very good use of the sounds. really liking the big buildup at the begining, but all just a bit too hectic when it drops for me. still tho bigups for the freeby im sure quite a few heads will be into this.
     
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    theres a bit too much in there but strip some of it back and could be a sick track
     
  7. thedude

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    Thanks for listening guys! It is quite hectic, was really digging songs like Kingdom by Spor when I made it, tried to encompass that "full" sort of sound.