What style of DNB are Break, Icicle and Data?

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That is a good question though innit...

Too upfront to be called liquid, definately not Jump Up, Techstep or Neuro, not upfront enough to call it Dancefloor...

Ice-step? (because it's harder liquid geddit?)

Fuck knows man, maybe we should just call it something outlandish and crazy, like Drum and Bass or something...
 

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That is a good question though innit...

Too upfront to be called liquid, definately not Jump Up, Techstep or Neuro, not upfront enough to call it Dancefloor...

Ice-step? (because it's harder liquid geddit?)

Fuck knows man, maybe we should just call it something outlandish and crazy, like Drum and Bass or something...
Icestep it is. Settled.
 

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Break can be pretty much any style, depending on the day the man is spitting out tunes. maybe not so much jump up but everything else for sure.

Icestep!!!
 
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Audio for Break and Data pweez? if they use the similar sub bass' as Icicle im excited:D
http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/sm?C=SA03&S=b Data - Curfew

Here's some stuff I'm really enjoying (samples from Chemical)

http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/sm?C=FQY035&S=a Proxima & Nympho - Headless Housefly
http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/sm?C=QRNUK004&S=c Break - Run Off
http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/sm?C=CRIT031&S=a Icicle - Lost Hours
http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/sm?C=EXIT010&S=b Goldie - Is This Real [Commix Im Not Sure RMX]
 
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