Turns out that the music industry is a fickle place. Who would have thought it? Within a few months from the end of ’91 to mid ’92, rave (or hardcore as it was now more commonly known) had gone from being the musical bogeyman peeking through the window and luring our youth away with the promise of ecstasy and LSD, to being invited to sit round the mainstream’s dinner table.
When I was asked to write an account of DnB’s history, it turned out that the hardest decision to make was, where to begin?…
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