Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Mister Lacey, Dec 20, 2008.
Was this an official tune? Is there a full version anywhere?
I can only find clips of it on youtube.
im hoping its gonna be on his lp if and when it gets released! its a banging tune, i reli need it in my collection!!
ask subfocus to sort you a full version im sure he wouldnt mind
its gona be on his forthcoming album so you'll have to wait till then
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Another crappy tune...another step down for drum & bass.
Can somebody please hold Subfocus back from producing?
3,2,1...slate me now!
I'm not gonna slate you for that comment... But.... Dont you love Jump Up? If so how can you call this a step down for Drum n Bass?
I like Jump Up...but not that bleepy happy shizzle with 2 much melody and not that Ravesynth crap.I wouldn´t classify Subfocus as jump up though, think its more a dancefloor ting.
Two words: deep + space
yh sub focuses next release is being expected to come out in the next olympics year..
This tune is clever and different. Defo not a step back at all.
I dont class Sub Focus as jump up either I was just implying that dancefloor is a hell of alot better than jump up, but thats just my opinion.
Subfocus is what I used to call jump up before the LFO got raped and abused.
theres a diffrent dub genre called dancefloor? this is so confusing
is this the stuff thats like by sub focus, fresh and zinc etc..?
I think its a hell lotta worse....but thats just my opinion.
OnTidn´t Pendulum do a song sounding like this one?
Oh and Pendulum rule!
Liking it! nice high energy tune
Not in my world
Yeah there is another subgenre called dancefloor, i would class it as a more synthy liquidy jump up, artists like Sub Focus, Fresh, C&S, Pendulum, Brookes Brother I would class as Dancefloor not jump up.
@Wobbie: Yeah man Pendulum rule!
wicked song. the half time break down is wicked cos you get this swaying steppin groove on, then it drops and it's an all out skank fest.
the riff is quality too.
One word - BIGGGGGG.
Sub Focus is on fire with production.
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