What's the least drum and bassy thing you listen to?

Mason John

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^^Dunno man, their basslines can go pretty hard, would fit well with neurofunk tracks ;)

I've been digging some of the ost tunes off the Ronin Warriors series of late; otherwise, I'd say it's the elevator music and smooth jazz playlists I listen to every now and again.
 

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la dispute - wildlife is such an amazing album, never fails to elict an emotional response from me

tbh d&b draws from such a wide range of influences that there really isn't a lot of stuff thats just plain "not" drum & bassy
 

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tbh d&b draws from such a wide range of influences that there really isn't a lot of stuff thats just plain "not" drum & bassy
I don't know, musicals, classical music, pink floyd, trad jazz, singer songwriters, folk music all seem pretty unrelated. I'm sure I could think of others, but I don't really listen to any of those, apart from a few pink floyd tracks now and again.
 

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Trying to work out what this has to do with the uk underground? lol
Anything other than dnb i guess, there was a thread like this in waffle though i think.

On topic though listen to alot of ambient, which i suppose is as far as you can get from drum & bass.
Rock wise listen to Pink Floyd, Tool, Metallica etc. Darkside are fast becoming my new fave band, their Boiler Room set is awesome, well worth checking out
 

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i listen to drum n bass/undergroundy bass music 90% of the time.

so when im not abit of cheesy radio goes down well (y)
 

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^^^ often cant really blame people for liking it aswell :(

id go with ska, punk and hardcore. love going to gigs and have a few beers!
 

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blondie, bill withers, neil young, earth wind and fire, pink floyd, loads of funk/80s/acoustic.


oh and ive recently got pretty into contemporary classical stuff. Dustin o'halloran is my fav.

 
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I think anything I listen to these days has influenced a drum & bass track in some way.. Rock, house, garage, Dubstep, jazz, soul, funk, reggae.
 

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Huge fan of Wolfgang gartner, overwerk and a few other non-conformist electro-house guys. But when it comes to actoustic stuff ive pretty much never listen too, except maybe jazz when it pops up. Fucking love jazz.
 
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