The Evolution of Drum and Bass - College Project

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Thanks to those that filled it in, I had a problem with the form, but now it is working again. I have more than enough for my project, but as I'm fairly new to Drum and Bass as a genre still, this is very helpful for me to experience the roots of the modern tracks I've been enjoying
 

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http://abasschronicle.co.uk/ formerly http://dnbblog.co.uk/

check the history sessions in particular for influences and evolution of the genre
That's a very cool resource, but I wish they quoted more sources: mag articles, websites, quotes, etc. It would be nice to have a more definitive history online that was more factual and less based on how people remembered it. I kept KMags for a long time with the intent of doing some work like this, but I finally got rid of them.
 
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That's a very cool resource, but I wish they quoted more sources: mag articles, websites, quotes, etc. It would be nice to have a more definitive history online that was more factual and less based on how people remembered it. I kept KMags for a long time with the intent of doing some work like this, but I finally got rid of them.
Yeah it is difficult to wade through people reminiscing to find the facts, about how it was and how it started, but as part of the research I'll be cross referencing people's views, so I've actually come across quite a lot of helpful information. I'm grateful to everyone that helped, Thanks again!
 
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