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[PB Archives] Dr. S. Gachet – Sessionz – 07-27-1997 – side 1

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[PB Archives] DJ Rap – Live at Jungle Roots – 02-11-1996 – side 1

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Photek, Spirit(RIP) & J-Majik – Live Set at Karma/Boston – 9-23-98 – part 4

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Photek, Spirit(RIP) & J-Majik – Live Set at Karma/Boston – 9-23-98 – part 3

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Photek, Spirit(RIP) & J-Majik – Live Set at Karma/Boston – 9-23-98 – part 2

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Photek, Spirit(RIP) & J-Majik – Live Set at Karma/Boston – 9-23-98 – part 1

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How did UK garage become dubstep? | Resident Advisor

While I disagree with the title of this video in that UK Garage didn’t BECOME Dubstep (UKG is still it’s own entity and continues to spawn other genres and subgenres) I would say Dubstep evolved from UK Garage while incorporating many other influences, and this is a pretty good account of how the one came from the other.

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Rewind 4Ever: The History of UK Garage (2013 Documentary) | Boiler Room

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Drum & Bass: The Movement – The D&B Documentary

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Back in the Daze – Part 3: Sessionz

Eventually, Fougy re-established a weekly presence back at The Spot called Sessionz. Over the course of the next 2 years from 1996-1998 Sessionz was Boston’s premiere Jungle/DrumnBass night with residents at different times including Timestretch, Casper, G White (myself, now G Notorious), Static, Stareyes, Mike Spears, and Al Fougy himself.  The night brought in some of the biggest names in Jungle and DrumnBass (as it was rapidly becoming called); Ed Rush and Optical, DJ SS, LTJ Bukem, Kemistry & Storm, and Grooverider among many, many others.  By this time, particularly the night when Lady Miss Kier of Deelite came to town to play a Jungle set, the night was massively outgrowing The Spot and started venue hopping.

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