Watch A Trailer For Dave Grohl & His Mom’s TV Show From Cradle To Stage
In the past couple weeks alone, Dave Grohl has announced a new book featuring some of his most compelling stories and a new documentary about tour van life. And now Grohl has yet another new project to add to that pile, which was first announced a couple months ago.
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1990s Drum n Bass Playlist (YouTube)
Here’s about an hour’s worth of dope 90s dnb tracks, which, once again, isn’t representative of the decade as a whole (not yet, at least), but still presents a brief, dynamic range of different dnb styles. There’s cold and dark, intense malevolence at the beginning, a song where the dnb merely serves as a rhythmic backdrop for Alexkid’s chilled-out synth work and blues harmonica, a super immersive, stringed-up take from UK techno wizard Dave Angel on the master known as Krust, some wigged-out and wonky stuff from a pair of Japanese musicians by the names of Baraki and Himuro, two tracks from James Hardway, and a fantastic, super rare, science-fictional, piano-laced closer from a compilation that’s not even on Discogs(!!!) called Now What Kind of Music Do You Call That?
A wildly unique and fun ride, indeed. You won’t find much or any of these tunes on your typical “best of 90s drum n bass” playlists, but believe me, this shit slaps just the same.
Oh, and apologies in advance for the extremely annoying epilogue of the DJ Abstract remix of “Dukes Up,” but the meat of that track is so deliciously grimy and bonkers.
This playlist is ordered as chronologically as possible and links are provided below to songs that have been posted about previously in order to give them more context:
Quoit - “Stir”
Alexkid - “I Think:
Ambush - “Detachment”
Krust - “Maintain (Dave Angel mix)”
James Hardway - “Back East”
Baraki - “Wa To Yoni”
Himuro - “9pm”
Ready Made - “L’Ankou (F100 Mix)”
Stepheadedredchild - “Dukes Up (DJ Abstract’s One A.M. mix)”
James Hardway - “Sleep Tonight”
Where’s the Beach - “Universe”
More to come, eventually.