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Welcome to the new website!

Welcome to the new website!
26 Sep, 2014

How we looking?

Welcome to the brand new Drum&BassArena website. What do you think?

You’ll notice a lot of changes…

Non-stop news

The interviews and editorial content we’ve been documenting for many years has now moved from the off-site blog to the centre stage where it belongs. Written by some of the most devoted and knowledgeable D&B heads possible, each article and feature celebrates the artists behind the beats we all love.

Podcast power!

A dedicated music function has been built so you can listen to our podcast onsite and not have to trawl through iTunes to wrap your ears around them.

See hear…

Not only will our podcasts be fully streamable from the new site itself, but our videos will be too. No more endless seas of tabs open on your browser – we’ve got it all right here!

Where’s the party at?

Back by popular demand: the events section. A one-stop-shop allowing you to find out exactly what’s popping in your locale, the events section is a free service for all promoters and event organisers to shout about their D&B party and tell us where we should be raving this weekend!

Forum Focus

It’s been a LONG time coming… The Drum&BassArena forum – home to one of the largest drum & bass communities on the planet – is about to enjoy a massive reboot. Ready to be launched next week, the new forum will be armed with the best anti-spam code possible, better functionality, avatars and a dedicated photo section. Truly, there has never been a better time to sign-up and join D&B conversation…

Loads more D&B!

Whether it’s exclusive D&BTV footage, mixes, free tracks or round-ups of the best stuff we’ve found online; Drum&BassArena continues to be THE HOME for the very best drum & bass on the planet.

And remember: this is for YOU the drum & bass lover. We’ve love your feedback on our new site and activities.

ALL CHANGE: The only thing that hasn’t switched is our love for the beats. Enjoy!

 

Drum&BassArena Editor: Dave Jenkins has documented beats for over 15 years working with the likes of UKF, Mixmag, DJ Mag, iDJ, Bandcamp, Resident Advisor, Radio 1 Xtra and many more.