PREVIEW Drum and Bass Awards GATECRASHER, BIRMINGHAM superclub Gatecrasher will stage the 2015 Drum and Bass Awards.
What does D&B stand for?
D&B stands for Drum and Bass (music genre)
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- Delivery and Acceptance
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- Dave & Busters
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HE earned his stripes in electro-rock band Kava Kava and as a champion of talented local musicians, but now Hudders-field-based singer and producer Pat Fulgoni is becoming a wanted name amongst the drum and bass scene, just months after he moved his focus to sideline projects.
In Bristol, England, that's what happen to Aaron Cogley, whom police said was so into the drum and bass music blasting from his car that it caused him to drive erratically.
Within each city the scene tends to be divided based on musical genre, including house, trance, and jungle, also known as drum and bass [see page 61].
Even if you don't understand or, for that matter, want to understand electronica, the drum and bass movement, and its ties to jazz, go and get the CD.
In room two drum and bass was the sound and the massive crowd was moving to the sounds of Fallout, The Saint and London's very own Nicky Blackmarket, who said: "Drum and bass in the Midlands, it has to be daylight robbery.
And always, at the bottom, the British fascination with America: its sense of space, embodied here by a high synthesizer note, sustained over the chatter of drum and bass like a vista of far-off mountains.
In addition, the software offers 48 tracks with unlimited spacing, six virtual instruments, a drum machine, a drum and bass machine, two synthesizers, a vocoder and a gater.