A true scientist of sub-sonics, Dillinja was one of the most important and influential producers in the evolution of drum ‘n’ bass.
From a childhood spent listening to legendary reggae sound-systems in his native Brixton, Dillinja was instilled with an obsession for low frequencies that led to him creating some of the finest example of drum ‘n’ bass ever made (such as Angels Fell and Friday (as Capone)). With Lemon D, he’s also the co-owner of the Valve sound-system and record label.
Having famously re-mortgaged his house to pay for its construction, the Valve was the world’s first purpose-built DnB sound-system and forced the rest of the scene to up its game in terms of the quality of the systems at raves.
D is also for:
Dogs On Acid and DnB Arena: the two main internet forums for all things drum ‘n’ bass and otherwise.