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Rayner

Rayner

Rayner


Mr Rayner is a 25 year old Drum & Bass and Dubstep DJ/producer. Originally Hailing from the east coast town of Boston Lincolnshire, he has recently re-located to Cambridge to bring himself closer to a larger scene. He has been DJing on a personal level for 6 years, before being introduced to Cubase a couple of years later. Whilst living in Boston, he became one of the main-stayers in the Lincolnshire scene, Gaining a residency at The longest running Read more on Last.fm
Mr Rayner is a 25 year old Drum & Bass and Dubstep DJ/producer. Originally Hailing from the east coast town of Boston Lincolnshire, he has recently re-located to Cambridge to bring himself closer to a larger scene. He has been DJing on a personal level for 6 years, before being introduced to Cubase a couple of years later. Whilst living in Boston, he became one of the main-stayers in the Lincolnshire scene, Gaining a residency at The longest running night in Lincoln (Cutz recordingz) as well as firing up the Boston underground scene with a night called White Rooms presents at Eclipse nightclub in the town.

As well as playng with some of the best talent Lincolnshire has to offer, he has been on the line-up with some of the scenes big dogs, including Bryan Gee (V Recordings), Nicky Blackmarket (BM Soho), Shy FX (Digital Soundboy), J Majik (Infrared recs/Viper recs) and Drumsound & Bassline Smith (Technique Recordings). On the production end, the last 4 years have been a big learning curve. He appears to be honing his craft with each and every finished track. The Drum & Bass he makes he feels is ‘nice and varied’. With influences from every little corner of the scene, he feels he can't do the sound proud by sticking to one style - 'Drum and Bass is such a broad scene, how can I do it justice by just making, say, jump-up tunes, or tech-step?'.

The Dub side though paints a different picture. Drawing influences from the original dub from around 5 years ago is demonstrated in his track ‘Boston Knockout’ and 'Subkilla' continues the spacous breaks and heavy sub, but with a punchy synth line. His finished productions can be found on his Facebook and his Myspace artist pages. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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