Where are all the cool kids finding drum'n bass mixes these days?
March 28, 2019 3:51 PM   Subscribe

Back in the day (say, early 2000s) when P2P services like Napster, LimeWire, Kazaa, and the like were ascendant you could find amazing live drum 'n bass DJ sets. I have recently gotten nostalgic for this era of music and see on Spotify that many of the artists I followed back then (Andy C, Ed Rush + Optical, DJ Hype, Dom + Roland) are still pretty active and making new music, but DnB isn't that fun to listen to song by song. Where do folks find live mixes these days?
posted by johnnybeggs to Media & Arts (11 answers total) 25 users marked this as a favorite
I have never qualified as a cool kid except in the nerdiest of circles, but bassblog.pro always has a bunch of recent mixes.
posted by ropeladder at 4:36 PM on March 28

posted by juv3nal at 4:47 PM on March 28 [1 favorite]

BassDrive is always streaming.
posted by nickggully at 6:39 PM on March 28 [2 favorites]

Podcasts mixes from Hospital Records and black sun empire.
posted by enfa at 7:28 PM on March 28 [1 favorite]

Boiler Room might be of interest
posted by davedave at 8:33 PM on March 28

Mixcloud. Rinse FM.
posted by Juliet Banana at 10:50 PM on March 28

Doc Scott has a weekly Future Beats podcast.
The Sun and Bass festival puts out a solid series of mixes.
Noisia Radio isn't a pure mix podcast, but the Noisia boys are charming little nerds so I enjoy their banter.
posted by Uncle Ira at 11:11 PM on March 28

posted by ellieBOA at 3:37 AM on March 29

DJ EZC has a really good liquid drum n bass podcast available on itunes.
posted by evilmonk at 10:39 AM on March 29


BBC Radio has a lot of good dance music content.

You'll enjoy this:
posted by Erberus at 2:25 PM on March 29 [1 favorite]

I think you might like http://jungletrain.net/
They broadcast regularly via their website (check their schedule for upcoming live shows), and they’ve got mixes available to access at your convenience. Strong forums too. They’ve been at this non-stop since 2001.
posted by SafetyPirate at 7:13 PM on March 30

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