Drum and Bass Radio Station

Drum and Bass Radio Station
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Drum and Bass Radio Station

This drum and bass radio station also plays a wide range of jungle, dubstep and rap, and is now broadcasting at 320kbs. The station's HTML5 radio player will start playing automatically mobile devices excepted. Now playing information and track times are available below and will update every two minutes. Links for those who prefer to use an external media player are also available.

Drum & Bass radio links: Winamp (.pls), Windows Media Player (.asx) and Apple (.qtl).

About drum and bass

Drum and bass (also called jungle and is often abbreviated to d&b / dnb / drum n bass / drum & bass) is defined by its focus on fast syncopated breakbeat drum patterns and heavy sub basslines. It often encompasses influences from many other styles of music such as from dub and reggae to jazz and funk. Drum and bass has various subgenres within its scene from jump up, liquid and minimal drum and bass to neurofunk & techstep. The popularity of drum and bass at its commercial peak ran parallel to several other homegrown dance styles in the UK including big beat and hard house. Drum and bass incorporates a number of scenes and styles. A major influence on jungle and drum and bass was the original Jamaican dub and reggae sound.

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  1. BNKR008 // Ewol x Grey Code x Skylark – III (BNKR // MethLab)

    Release Date September 4th, 2018
    Label MethLab
    Catalog Number BNKR008

    Artists // Ewol, Grey Code & Skylark (feat. Ray Uptown)
    Release // III EP
    Label // BNKR (MethLab)
    Release Dates //

    A new instalment from the stark depths of METHLAB RECORDINGS’ BNKR series is set to manifest, with an emerging trio of young producers – EWOL, GREY CODE and SKYLARK – at the controls. Featuring six tracks that embody the precise and powerful spirit of the series in full, the III EP stands as a distinct mark on BNKR. Supercedeing traditional bounds, the selected artists instead exact an exploratory attitude towards each track, with their discerning commitment to deeper sonic experiences clear cut. With this unifying philosophy Ewol, Grey Code and Skylark grant the III EP a monolithic presence of fundamental force.

    MYTH hangs ominously with the presence of spectral pads, the hegemon of which is broken only momentarily by the rapid cuts of minimal percussion until dispelled by a pulsating sub bass. The swelling atmosphere of SUPPRESS obfuscates a brooding bassline that rises from within, growing in harmonic intensity as it advances mercilessly forwards.

    BNKR 008 continues the series’ mission as it weaves between sultry and beautiful, delving depths of weighted bass, unveiling audio that delivers maximal impact by way of minimal elements through the combined expertise of EWOL, GREY CODE & SKYLARK across six meticulously crafted tracks.

    Follow MethLab // https://soundcloud.com/methlab-recordings
    Follow Ewol // https://soundcloud.com/ewoldnb
    Follow Grey Code // https://soundcloud.com/grey-code
    Follow Skylark // https://soundcloud.com/skylark
    Follow Ray Uptown // https://soundcloud.com/djuptownkjlbc

  2. Selecta J-Man presents The Super Sharp Mixtape

    An hour of Selecta J-Man’s original Reggae Drum & Bass productions build a bass weighty, sunshine soaked journey of his best work to date. The past year saw J-Man in the studio working with countless legendary vocalists including Courteney Melody, Horseman and Demolition Man who all laid down a special version for him plus the usual suspects from Born On Road took turns to add their stamp.

  3. This was my first show of 2018 on Kool London. Strictly Oldschool Vinyl show. Lock into my Visionary Mix Show from 2-4 EST 7-9 GMT on http://www.koollondon.com as we take a trip back in time to 1994 with a touch of 95 Jungle. Strictly #WAX. We had our first WAX event on a frozen night and still had a nice size crowd full of die hearted Junglists!

    This will be the first in a series of events and radio shows celebrating the golden eras of Jungle, Hardcore and DNB Vinyl. Massive salute and concrete respect to the producers, DJ’s and Pirate radio stations that paved the way for this worldwide Jungle movement.

    It’s my life, my heart and my passion. Hope you enjoy the show! One love! 🙌👊 Such an honour to be able to present this show on #koollondon Big up @eastmansound for the platform.

  4. I have two tracks I would like to submit to your radio station for some airplay.

    I go under the name of “Seven Below Zero” I am a british born producer currently living in france. I produce drum and bass, ambient and downtempo music but my main passion is drum and bass.

    I hope you enjoy
    Kind regards Jason
    aka Seven Below Zero

  5. Hey guys,

    Loving the d’n’b radio so far. I’ve noticed that your SSL-certificate has expired on 31st january so you may need to take care of that.

    You may take a look at Mozilla’s Let’s Encrypt project for free certs without the constant need of renewing.
    You’re doing a great job, keep it up!

    Many thanks,

  6. A forthcoming addition to this station’s playlist…

    Celebrating 15 years of Little Rascal Records! We are dipping into our back catalog and enjoying past releases. Jilted Hoodz – Atomic Spectre EP really was another label highlight of 2014 with it reaching into the Top 10 on the junodownload breakbeat charts plus having some pretty speccy artwork. We are excited to hear that Jilted Hoodz have another album in the making in 2017!!! ‘rascal recommended!’

  7. Hello,

    I write a blog and my most recent post is trying to figure out why Jump Up is so controversial in the world of dnb. I’ve used a definition provided by Ben Gilman in his writing ‘A Short History of Drum and Bass’, and says at the bottom of the page to ask if people would like to use it. Would it be cool for me to copy and paste Gilmans definition of Jump Up in my blog and cite it w/ a link to the page? I can always send you guys a link to it as well!

    Many Thanks,


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