“Off course I also love the bass frequencies but what I also really like about dnb is the distinctive sound it has. It doesn’t matter if the track is a summertime liquid roller or a full on Neuro Reese banger. There’s no getting away from the fact , “THAT SOUND!” Is drum and bass. I guess this goes back to the tempo of the music again but I think for a genre to be successful it has to have those core distinctive elements. I think the breakbeat genre didn’t last the test of time because it wasn’t distinctive enough. It borrowed from too many other genres.”

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