Most of these tracks were incredibly difficult to come by in unmixed digital form during the scene's heyday but there's been a substantial attempt by the majority of producers to release retrospectives in the last five years or so. There's also quite a few compilation albums still hosted on Juno etc with unmixed tracks.Are there any good bassline compilations that aren't mixed? I mean, obviously the way to enjoy this stuff best is hearing four different basslines crash into each other while in a club fleetits, but it does feel like there was minimal attempt at preservation outside of a few DJ Q mixes
Speed Garage - invented in 1996 by Armand Van Helden and then produced almost exclusively between 1997 and 1998 by London based ex-hardcore and jungle producers (although there are European deviations.)What's the distinction between bassline and speed garage?