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September 23, 2013

Clive Martin goes underground into the Drum and Bass subculture to find out why a decade after the scene's heyday, it continues to thrive. The sweaty, grinding scene is known to be intense and visceral. So why does it last? Clive crowdsourced answers from the people that were there.

Answers include that indescribable emotional connection to tribal thumping, underground scenes seem more pure than scenes that appeal to the masses and a sense of being unpredictable that make it exciting. In a lot of ways, Drum and Bass can be an equivalent to the expressionism that punk had in its heyday, and why it too has lasted. Make the connection to someone's soul with music and they'll never let go.


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