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Album Review

For a trumpet player, Neill proves himself a masterful drum'n'bass merchant and an excellent keyboardist to boot on his 1998 album Goldbug. From the opening track "Tunnel Vision," Neill's blend of breakbeats and occasional mutant trumpet solos sound better than many producers in the drum'n'bass community. There are some notable guests (including DJ Spooky and Page Hamilton), but they appear on few tracks and never take the focus away from Neill's excellent album.

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Amazing

this is drum and bass, pure and controlled.

Gold Bug

High speed trumpet on tunnel vision with hard step D&B! Unique!

Biography

Born: November 14, 1957 in North Carolina

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Trumpeter Ben Neill successfully bridged the gap between ambient music and the avant-garde, further blurring aesthetic boundaries with the development of his mutantrumpet, a revolutionary electro-acoustic hybrid of conventional trumpet and synthesized sound. A native of North Carolina and a product of classical training, Neill relocated to New York City during the mid-'80s, immersing himself in the downtown experimental music scene; increasingly fascinated with minimalism, he studied under the legendary...
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