Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by nista, Jun 12, 2009.
i love that tune heard it on the hypw show deep and heavy
Of that whole little "Drum n Bass Step" or "Gangsta Step" or whatever you call it set, this is the one tune that stood out. That ST Files 'Crack House' number was good too, but Taxman's doing a good job of mixing it up these days. This new Step style, the old school vibe on 'Dreamland' and the hip hop vibe on 'Terminator X'. Tax is one to watch in the coming months.
Hazard, take notes! ^_^
and there was me thinking Taxman didnt have anything left in him haha
CHase & Status played this at metropolis in manchester a good few months back, i'd heard a crappy rip before that but it sounded sick on a system.
Props to taxman though, sounding pretty sweet
I LOVE THIS TUNE!!!! AHH
taxman also heavy
I thought the intro sounded better as a tune than the actual drop. Still im nicely surprised by this.
the dawning is comin on stereotype
fuckin raww! i dont care the drop sounds live n the production is ill
Big tune. All about that ST:Files tune at the start of the clip though.
thhe dawnings my fav half time tune at the mo. got a feelin that the half time things gonna get really old really quick though.
The Dawning is Fat, Not as Keen on Taxman's though..
Thing is it's not just a gimmick though, it's a whole different drum arrangement (basicly hip-hop) which for some reason wasn't really tried for a long time until recently, the only reason it might get "old" is if a lot of people jump on the band wagon without really putting any effort into the music i.e. treating the whole idea as a gimmick, but hopefully that doesn't happen though
I'm pretty sure Hype's only calling it "drum and bass step" so that he can still call it drum and bass and let people know it's not dubstep, but at the end of the day it's neither, it's just drum and bass sounds at a hip hop tempo / arrangement
what hip-hop tune samples that 'people who are that stupid don't deserve to live'? can't remember.
wow, nice tune!
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