Count To Ten: Drum & Bass Illustrations and Record Artwork (part 2)

What the sleeve notes never tell you It’s been 16 months since the original post , which was meant to be a one-off feature; however I always felt that it’s been somehow incomplete. The constructive feedback I received, occasionally bordering on debate over a matter de facto subjective, convinced me to revisit the topic; paraphrasingContinue reading “Count To Ten: Drum & Bass Illustrations and Record Artwork (part 2)”

Tracks I Wish I’d Written (issue #11): MI5 – Experience

“… hearing my track loud on a sound system, watching people’s reactions. That’s all you need as a producer. That’s pure approval right there. People loving what you make; it ‘s mission accomplished …” Throwback to 1995 for the 11th edition of the blog’s ‘Tracks I Wish I’d Written’ series. The artist name might notContinue reading “Tracks I Wish I’d Written (issue #11): MI5 – Experience”

Tracks I Wish I’d Written (issue #6): Voyager – Hypersleep

“I work for the company. But don’t let that fool you; I’m really an okay guy.” “A track that has stood the test of time and will still be a classic even if you wake up after a 57-years hypersleep” Celebrating the 20th anniversary since the seminal ‘Hypersleep’ first saw the light of day, aContinue reading “Tracks I Wish I’d Written (issue #6): Voyager – Hypersleep”

Voyager Jumps The Q

A mini-interview with 22 short questions (some personal, some tricky) looking for equally short answers, addressed to artists, producers, promoters, djs, friends and affiliates of the blog in general. Today Voyager Jumps The Q Let’s get started:

Whatever happened to … Voyager?

The fifth installment of the series is dedicated to one of the most influential figures of the jungle/drum and bass scene Pete Parsons aka Voyager. A prolific producer and dexterous engineer, active since the early 90s and throughout the golden era of jungle/drum and bass, Parsons has made an indelible print on the underground danceContinue reading “Whatever happened to … Voyager?”