Drum & Bass and Jungle are music genres that emerged in the UK in the 1990s and are characterized by the use of fast, driving beats, deep basslines and often samples from reggae and hip hop. Drum & Bass and Jungle are usually produced by electronic instruments and samples and are characterized by their energetic sounds and fast tempos.
The roots of drum & bass and jungle lie in acid house and the breakbeat of the 1980s. DJ-producers like Roni Size, LTJ Bukem and Goldie shaped the genre with their fast, driving beats and deep basslines and were considered the forerunners of Drum & Bass and Jungle.
In the 1990s, drum & bass and jungle were popularized by DJ-producers like Andy C, Grooverider and Fabio. These artists relied on fast, driving beats and deep basslines and were known for their energetic live sets.
One of the most style-defining albums of Drum & Bass and Jungle is "Timeless" by Goldie, released in 1995. This album was characterized by its fast, driving beats and deep basslines and became a classic of the genre.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, drum & bass and jungle became popular through DJ-producers like Adam F, High Contrast, and Chase & Status. These artists relied on fast, driving beats and deep basslines and were known for their energetic live sets.
Drum & Bass and Jungle are particularly well suited for licensing in movies, TV shows and commercials that want to convey an energetic atmosphere. They are also often played in clubs and at festivals and are popular with music fans looking for fast, driving beats and deep basslines. Drum & Bass and Jungle remain important and influential music genres that will surely continue to gain new fans in the future.
Other well-known artists in the drum & bass and jungle genres include Noisia, Calyx & Teebee, Friction, Sub Focus and Wilkinson. One of the most style-defining albums of drum & bass and jungle is "In the Mix" by Andy C, which was released in 2002. This album was characterized by its fast, driving beats and deep basslines and became a classic of the genre.
Drum & Bass and Jungle have also had an influence on other styles of music, such as dubstep.
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Crispy breakbeats with stirring Electro fills and backing vocals. Fast, wild and convincing.
Wormholes warp times and grooves - spacey trip through the final frontier
Drum&Bass-Jungle-drums over a quiet bass-line and bright pads, airy arrangement without a great melody line
Modern electric cars glide in city traffic. Enervating, propulsive pop breakbeats including radio operator fx.
Gorgeous sunset on the chilly sea. The shafts provide the necessary coolness ... version without vocals.
Let it flow! Airy, descent underscore for design studies and making of reports on lightweight construction in the automotive and engineering sector.
At the beginning it is a gentle glide through sparkling spheres, then the autopilot will switch to light speed and the stars fly by. Rich Space opera with a lot of momentum.
Exciting and dreamy mix of drum&bass; and tango with a very distinctive design thanks to the accordion.
Greetings from the King of Pop, groovy beats, driving, always heading forward
gets you on the dancefloor
Heavy Metal headbanger
wild ride across the entire electric keyboard, bass dominant, versatile groove variations
Hard breakbeat soundtrack, easy, fast, effective
Gentle breakbeats with a flowing background, spherical heights, again and again driven by the groove, loop suitable
Urban drum&bass-track about the metropolitan city-jungles. Predominantly about nightlife or alternatively shows the time lapse of hustle and bustle within all cities.
Hard Drums, many effects, the singer has forgiven herself and exempt from this burden the song grooves persuasive up to the quiet ending
XXL-track with many different phases, initially Electronic Space, then it becomes Acid Jazz with lots of improvisation, at the end the opening theme reappears
A day at the sea, psychedelic, unusual Acid trip (hop)
The overcoming of gravitation, fast break beats, bubbling synths, break from 1:40
Initially mysterious and obscure, on min00:50 starts the main theme and the real fun. Vocal and sax fills, hard breakbeats, varied and freaky
trippy space-jazz with a fat Hammond at the beginning, breaks and many variations, stays light and floating