give me some ’96 Techstep

It’s great to now your roots. Darkcore give birth to three genres techstep, breakcore and industrial hardcore

so now it’s time for some good old techstep


delYsid – DeluXbreed #4


The early days of D&B artists: Current Value, Counterstrike and more

The early days of D&B artists Current Value, Counterstrike and more

Some people think that Current Value’s “original” sound is all about face-melting darkstep, or “pots’n’pans”. Actually, his first records happen to be something different. We did a feature about the artists, whose music experienced drastic changes over the years. Today we are covering those who represent heavy dnb. You might discover one of them anew…

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Artist Interview – Source Direct

If you know your history, you will know that DnB has been going strong now for around 20 years.

In the early years, the tools and technology that producers and Dj’s take for granted today, such as fast computers, VST’s, the internet, CDJ’s, affordable/cracked software etc we’re simply not available.

If you wanted to make a track 20 years ago you couldn’t just download a cracked copy of Cubase and watch a tutorial on Youtube, you actually had to learn how to use proper studio hardware. You had to learn fucking everything, most of the time through hours and hours of painstaking “trial and error” methods.

In most cases, even the fastest PC’s we’re only able to sequence/playback for short periods, project recalls we’re still a new concept, hard drives we’re only usually big enough for the operating system so everything had to be stored and saved on floppy disc or DAT.

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MOZYK016 Marcanta – The Marshalling Yard

Artis Marcanta

Label mozyk

Format digital CD K7

Release date Out now

FL Studio 12: Crossbreed Kicks

a way to produce breakcore