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The Club Can’t Even Handle You with This Playlist…

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April 17, 2024 11:52 am

You thought we were done with celebrating breakbeat? You’d be wrong, my friend…hate to BREAK it to ya! This time, nedaj, a Maryland-based DJ specializing in techno, is here with even more tracks that’ll bring the club home. All the sick beats, none of the trillion-dollar cocktails.

Breakbeat is a versatile electronic music genre. It incorporates sampled drum breaks from funk, jazz, and R&B tracks. It’s a key element in a range of styles such as hip-hop, jungle, drum and bass, big beat, and UK garage, along with offshoots like 2-step, breakstep, and dubstep.

  1. “Demons Theme Part II” by LTJ Bukem 

    A mesmerizing journey through atmospheric drum and bass. With its ethereal pads, intricate percussion, and pulsating bassline, this track transports listeners to a hypnotic realm where the rhythms of the night reign supreme. Bukem’s masterful production skills shine through, creating an immersive sonic experience that captivates the mind and moves the body.
  1. “Without Suffering” by BLKSMITH

    This track is a powerful blend of gritty basslines, haunting melodies and hard-hitting breaks. It immerses listeners in a dark, yet captivating landscape, evoking raw emotions and intense energy.
  2. “Chaotic Tone” by Lomaji

    This one is a dynamic blend of energetic beats and mesmerizing melodies, creating an immersive sonic experience. Its pulsating rhythm and atmospheric textures evoke the feeling of being inside a video game, adding an extra layer of excitement to the music.
  3. “Alone” by Nedaj

    “Alone” is my poignant drum-and-bass track that samples elements from “You Again” by Kate Havnevik. It seamlessly combines emotive melodies, captivating vocals, and rich instrumentation to evoke feelings of solitude and introspection. The result is a captivating blend of raw emotion and melancholic beauty in this heartfelt composition.
  4. “Fuji” by Nedaj

    Another vibrant drum-and-bass track that samples “Kurokumo” by Ethelwulf and features vocals reminiscent of ‘90s underground music. With hard break patterns, energetic beats, and pulsating basslines, along with hard kicks and snares, it delivers a raw and gritty musical journey.
  5. “Fine Night” by goreshit

    A high-energy drum-and-bass track that mesmerizes with its fast-paced beats, intricate melodies, and pulsating basslines. It immerses listeners in a whirlwind of sound, evoking a sense of euphoria and excitement, all enhanced by its nostalgic sample of “It’s a Fine Day” by Opus III.
  6. “Sakai” by sadbalmain

    This one’s a hard-hitting breakcore track that seamlessly blends elements of metal with intense drum breaks and a thick sine bass. The result is a powerful and dynamic sonic experience that pushes boundaries and captivates listeners with its raw energy and aggressive sound.
  7. “Follow the Leader” by Calyx & Teebee

    This iconic drum-and-bass track gained prominence as a big feature in the game “Midnight Club 3,” where it served as the introduction track. This influential piece showcases Calyx’s pioneering role in shaping the drum & bass genre, solidifying his status as one of its blueprints.
  8. “Flames to Dust” by Amore and Jinkasei

    “Flames to Dust” is a mesmerizing drum-and-bass track that envelops listeners in its ethereal melodies and pulsating rhythms. With its atmospheric soundscapes and emotive vocals, the song creates a captivating sonic journey that resonates with raw emotion and energy.
  9. “Live in Hel(LA)” by The Khan

    Produced by Amal, this is a fast-paced drum-and-bass track that perfectly complements Khan’s raw vocals. The track’s intense energy and aggressive rhythm create a dynamic and electrifying listening experience.

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