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Lee Bannon's 'Main/Flex' EP is a Drum and Bass Masterwork

It features DJ Earl, Charlie Benante of Anthrax, and Ratking member Hak.
November 5, 2014, 12:00am

It's November which means it's practically December which means it's practically 2015, so let's get a little nostalgic. One of the most exciting things about this past year has been the renewed interest in 90s genres like jungle and drum and bass. Sprung from the chains of 4x4, artists like Om Unit, Goldie, Machinedrum, and Ital Tek have all come forth with un-fuck-withable, breakbeats-heavy releases. Sacramento producer Lee Bannon, an early collaborator with Joey Bada$$'s Pro Era crew, joined the fray with a string of drum and bass-inspired releases for Ninja Tune, including last year's

Alternate Endings


LP. Now he's back with a supremely dope, nine-track EP called


, which we're premiering in its entirety. Featuring collaborations with Chicago footwork stalwart DJ Earl, Charlie Benante of Anthrax, and Ratking member Hak, the EP is a master class in the new sounds of drum and bass. Onward!

Lee Bannon's Main/Flex EP is out November 4, 2014 (yup, that's today!) on Babygrande Records