More bass, vicar?
Total Science rarely put a foot wrong.
I went to that!!!! It was great!Going to this on Friday:
- JUBEI b2b TOTAL SCIENCE
- SUBTLE ELEMENT
Not been to a DnB night for a long time so really looking forward to it. Really rate Subtle Element too, he's a good local talent.
Definitely will! It was a good night wasn't it? Really enjoyed Emperor at the end.
Enjoyed that a lot, thanks for posting it...
No probs.Enjoyed that a lot, thanks for posting it...
I dont want this to sound like a criticism, as Ive nothing but respect for him, but for me at least, it has to be said that once Andy C (and Swift) started going down the double dropping hard Ram-style tunes it turned the scene into a head-banging affair for the longest time... I know he's aware of it as he says as much himself in that interview, and Id love to hear one of these 6 hour sets to hear him go a bit deeper, because in all honesty the relentless big drop pile up just isnt something i want to hear....after 10 minutes my ears are exhausted
For me the best mixes include lots of long melodic mixes, and that can include the odd power crunch moments, but not in the relentless way they were going at it.
I feel the same way with some of the amen-heads out there - big amen tunes are great here and there, but back to back amens is heavy metal not dnb, for me at least