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About Law

Main author and creator of Drumtrip. I have been listening to and mixing drum and bass in its various forms since 1998. Drumtrip was designed to celebrate the glory years between 1991 and 1997.

Drumtrip is 5 Years Old!

On this day in 2010, Drumtrip was launched. I can’t quite believe five years has flown by in that time, and eerily, the very first post featured on Drumtrip was an Invisible Man track I originally launched Drumtrip (named after the 2 Bad Mice tune) as a sandbox for learning some basic online marketing and SEO

Drumtrip Radio #028 – Law [04/02/15]

After a month off, Law returned to Drumtrip Radio with a Lemon D vs Dillinja soundclash! Who do you think won? Get the schedule and archives for Drumtrip Radio at drumtrip.co.uk/radio/ Follow us and get alerts for the shows at mixlr.com/drumtrip/ Tracklist 01. Capone – Untitled (Black Wax EP) – Target 02. Underworld – The

Drumtrip Radio #027 – DJ Ghaleon [28/01/15]

Toronto’s finest Ghaleon makes a swift return to Drumtrip Radio. As usual, the man draws deep and the mixing is exquisite. Get the schedule and archives for Drumtrip Radio at drumtrip.co.uk/radio/ Follow us and get alerts for the shows at mixlr.com/drumtrip/ Tracklist: Delroy Wilson – Because Im Black Barrington Levy – Blackheart Man Gregory Isaacs

Drumtrip Radio #026 – Brian Badonde [22/01/15]

Drumtrip Radio veteran BrianBadondey gives the 1995 ragga jungle a night off, and instead pulls out some 1997 goodness. How refreshing… Get the schedule and archives for Drumtrip Radio at drumtrip.co.uk/radio/ Follow us and get alerts for the shows at mixlr.com/drumtrip/ Tracklist 1- S.O.S – Spacefunk 2 (Digital Remix) – Timeless Recordings 2- Dextrous –

Law – All Artist / Producer Mixes

If you’ve been following Drumtrip you’ll know I have knocked up a fair few all artist mixes over the years. I’m aware that plenty of people are not really a fan of these types of mixes, thinking they are a bit lazy or obvious. I can understand that argument to an extent – it would be easy to

Who was Baraka? It wasn’t Jonny L after all…

Over the last few years “I’ll Be There“, by the apparent mystery producer Baraka, has become an extremely sought-after, cult tune. As it was never clear on the label who Baraka actually was – although Kid Andy is listed as ‘co-ordinator’, many people (myself included) had speculated that Baraka was in fact an alias for