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These photos of old-skool jungle and drum 'n' bass will make you want to rave

The images are taken from Who Say Reload, a book dedicated to the most influential jungle and drum 'n' bass tracks

  • Seb Wheeler
  • 9 February 2021

There's nothing like looking at old photos and footage of DJs and dancefloors that makes you want to drop everything and go rave somewhere with a fat soundsystem.

We've been sent these brilliant images by Eddie Otchere, who was the official photographer for Goldie's Metalheadz nights (Grooverider pictured playing at Metalheadz above) and by extension of that, one of the main people who captured that golden moment in time in the early to mid 90s.

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The photos are included in the forthcoming book Who Say Reload, which feature's Otchere's images alongside interviews with jungle and d'n'b's finest conducted by Paul Terzulli. The book, out via the excellent Velocity Press, documents the stories behind the most influential classic jungle and drum 'n' bass tracks and is set to be a treat for everyone into fast, soundsystem-decimating dance music.

Check out the images below and get hyped for the book and the next time you step foot in the rave.

Pictured below:

Storm & Kemistry
Jumpin Jack Frost and Kemistry
Doc Scott
Bad Company

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