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Drum & bass history explored in new documentary, United Nation

It looks both the music and cultural impact of the genre

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A new documentary explores the history of drum & bass.

Directed and produced by One Nation’s founder Terry ‘Turbo’ Stone, ‘United Nation: Three Decades of Drum & Bass’ delves into the sharp rise of the genre, from illegal raves to taking over the charts. Looking at both the music and cultural impact of drum & bass, the doc features the likes of DJ Fresh, Andy C, Sigma, Hype, Ragga Twins, Adam F,  Fabio, Grooverider, Sasasas, DJ Rap, Jumping Jack Frost and more.

Followed by an old skool drum & bass and jungle night, a VIP World Premiere of the film be screened at the Troxy in London on Saturday, February 15th. It's out in UK cinemas from Friday, February 21st and via DVD and digital download from April 6th.

Check out the trailer and promotional release poster below.

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