Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by luvdemcanes, May 12, 2011.
I can't stand it!
love it !
If I'm hearing a great set and it comes on, it totally screws my buzz up
I hate jump up more.
like it all
I'm mostly into tech-step, but I like a little jump-up.
Drum and bass is shit.
ME! dont hate it... but it is pure wackness for a rave
I've never been to a Hospital night, but I'd imagine at least half of the dudes there are gay or bi-sexual!
Tbh with you mate, If your truely into your music you should be able to pick out good pieces of music from most different sub genre's/genre's, maybe your just listening to the wrong side of liquid, for example I don't really like the new hospital stuff Netsky etc. Don't have a problem with it, just not my thing, however I really like producers like Random movement, calibre and old defunked records stuff etc, try digging a bit deeper mate, never know what you might find.
There is some good liquid, personaly i wouldnt go to a night soley for liquad dnb.
Lately it is, I'm feeling dubstep a lot more. BARE from Los Angeles is the shit! Dnb will always be first for me, but I'm not feeling it much lately. I love Andy C for example, but he is playing a lot of cheese from what I've heard.
judge a tune by its own merit
not what sub genre it may or may not fall into
thats very narrow minded!
Who here hates squid?
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oh god i nearly threw up
richie you fuckin cunt that is vile
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