If you’ve checked out the Drum & Bass Review show from the start, you’ll have been through thousands of tracks, hundreds of artists, label spotlights, mix sessions, remixes, different genres & different stations.
Deep in the fabric of this has been a sample that’s so entwined in the music scene subconscious, that music may even sound different because of this one sample.
Episode 200 is a spotlight on that sample. You’ll need 200 minutes for this show & it’s the last Review Show too.
It’s here again. The Drum & Bass Review Show has landed on another milestone so make sure you check out the latest recap show covering episodes 151 to 176.
Oh how time flies! Here we go again with another recap over the last quarter century of The Drum & Bass Review Show. So enjoy a snippet of one track per piece from episodes 126 to 150.
I woke up this morning to sad news. Hate times like this.
DJ TNT, one of our Kool FM crew, posts “R.I.P Jay Le Roc”. Within moments, I’m reading tribute messages & join the tribute page for our fallen soldier. This man took a glow with him everywhere. Seriously nice guy, one of the genuine ones & a DJ with a quality ear for selection. Hit his MixCloud page, you’ll see what I mean.
Our thoughts go out to Jason Browns, wife, children & the rest of his family & friends. You’ve left us way too soon Jason. Rest in Piece friend.
I honestly did not see this when dropping the first few episodes of the D&B review show. As of yesterday, the total plays on my SoundCloud page hit 10,000 plays. That’s absolutely immense!
In thanks, I’ve uploaded all of the A>Z sessions. Thanks for all your support around the world. Keep on playing.
We all know how time passes fast & the review show reminds us of this again and again. It doesn’t seem like five minutes ago was preparing episode 100, now it’s 126.
Also, we’ve begun to upload shows onto YouTube, feel free to head over there & subscribe. At some point in the future, all shows will be there & there’s also consideration for live shows, webcam style. Continue reading
This is a sneaky one. We’ve kept this on the down low to test the water & check out the venue. Coming up this Saturday 21st July at The Palatine Bar, London, you will be treated to exclusive sets by DJ’s Overload, FuZion, FutureShock & CJ.
It’s Free Entry all night & you can find the venue at 97 Stoke Newington Rd, N16 8BX. We’ll keep you posted with any future dates.
After delivering annual reviews wince the late 90’s, I had a show format bubbling away & just over 2 years ago, episode 1 of the Drum & Bass Review Show was broadcast with the intention of helping people understand a little more about the DnB scene.
The show is nearing 100 episodes. Continue reading