A more chill out version of jungle, i would say it's like liquid funk without the vocals. Sometimes you have an emcee more then likely no emcee featured.
Marky & XRS - Drum n' bass
Dj Hazard - Jungle
Drum and bass is the style characterized by the breakbeat, at first these were sped up hip-hop beats, this sound was pioneered by the likes of DJ Hype and others. Soon DJs and artists were creating more complicated breakbeats and the jungle scene was born. The style passed through phases of ragga - i.e. M-Beat Feat General Levy - Incredible and hip-hop i.e. Ganja Kru - Super Sharp Shooter - before emerging as a style in its own right. The drum and bass scene now in the UK is growing and developing all the time. The house music masses have been served up undiluted drum and bass from Grooverider and LTJ Bukem in the Cream Courtyard, Liverpool, UK. Drum and bass can not only be the music of outdoor events but the refined rollers for UK clubland.
D&B has developed into many new sub-genres, all with a very different style and audience.
Ambient jungle - Drum and bass tracks with an atmospheric feel/mood/style to them. Some have long intros or ambient breaks. The most popular example is LTJ Bukem's "Horizons."
Artcore/Intelligent - These were the tracks that were initially written in a backlash against the big ragga jungle scene. The term was used most famously for the series of React Compilations, which have included mixes by Kemistry (R.I.P) + Storm. This was and still is a favourite style for Good Looking Records - a label that was initially ignored as it did not base its music on the dance floor. However, good looking soon released the Logical Progression sessions b...
drum n bass is teh phattest!
What Junglists listen to and is an underground music genre and should stay that way. Consists of breakbeats and basslines..
Bow...BOW...Bow... <--- bass line welling up bmpCHkahbkhBHKCHKAHKbhKcvhakhkachak *real drum sample: CHK A CHUK CHUK!!!* back to main break... bmpCHkahBKhbkHCHKAKK???!!!! BmmCHKHKH! Big up!!
Subgenre of techno music that emerged in early 90's in the UK, based in a fast drum and deep bass.