Do you remember when it was all about the drums? II

by downpour

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x0m81e
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x0m81e I was expecting an arch deconstruction of dnb circa 94 - wrong! This is a tribute/eulogy/paeon/love-letter to the era, made by someone who clearly loves the artform.

I want to thank Mr Adams for this - I'm in love with his latest Bracken LP but still wasn't expecting this to be quite as brilliant as it is! Trust Me is just superb, from the twisted Rhodes loop to the call & response breakswitches - I use it in every mix.

My only question is when/if there will be a Downpour LP? Favorite track: Trust me.
Peter Hollo
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Peter Hollo So much <3 for chr1s_adams in all his incarnations, but a massive BOH to the breakcore/drill'n'bass/drum'n'bass/jungle of downpour forevah! Favorite track: Equilateral breaks.
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Part two of a memory project studying the provincial drum and bass scene spanning the years 1992-1994.

Period correct kit list:
Akai s950 sampler
Alesis Midiverb II
Novation Bass station
Roland RE-201 Space echo
Delta lab Effectron II
Atari ST running cubase

Recorded at home by C.Adams
Mastered by A.Ryan at RedRedPaw

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released January 21, 2016

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downpour Leeds, UK

Downpour is the result of drum and bass seances conducted by Hood/Bracken's Chris Adams. Back after a short break of 15 years. Summoning up the ghosts of '94.

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