London Elektricity - Remember The Future (Live Version)
London Elektricity's style is very jazz-influenced. Lady on the piano doing the vocals? That's Liane Carroll. Has an amazing voice. Older guy on the mini keyboard thing, with the glasses? That's Tony Colman. He's the one running the London Elektricity project these days, and administrates Hospital Records, one of the few big labels when it comes to dnb.
You'll notice there's a guy out front randomly shouting at the audience during the performance. That guy is the MC, and well, that's his job. To get the crowd riled up. This guy goes by the name of MC Wrec. MC's are notorious for talking over the music, but they really are a crucial component of a successful dnb performance.
London Elektricity - Just One Second
Past 2006, London Elektricity became a solo project of Tony Colman. In 2008 he released this song on his first solo album, Syncopated City. Elsa Esmerelda, the main vocalist on this track, will be featured on Tony's next album, due early 2011. I can't wait!
Moonchild - Possible Worlds
This was how I was introduced to dnb, with this tune. Possible Worlds was released in 1998 on Looking Good Records, an imprint of the larger Good Looking Records run by LTJ Bukem. Regrettably, it is largely defunct, even though the site claims it is under reconstruction. This tune is a prime example of the old school 90's dnb subgenre called Atmospheric DnB. It remains one of my favorite tracks of all time, and I urge you to research the other releases from Looking Good Records.
Danny Byrd feat. Zarif - California
Be sure to select 480p or higher on this one, so you get it in good quality. Drum and Bass is a very energetic genre, and this tune has no shortage of it! This is Danny Byrd at his best. The vocals, done by Zarif, easily double the energy in this one.
Pendulum - Watercolour
The lead single off Pendulum's last album. Pendulum is HUGE in the dnb scene. And man, nothing beats the brass instruments in the background on this one. Don't mind the trippy music video.
Calvin Harris - I'm Not Alone (Pendulum Live Cover)
Yeah, Pendulum is so awesome, I gave them two slots on this list. You should actually watch this one, they put on one helluva live show.
Netsky - Smile
Netsky's productions rarely fail to induce euphoria.
Well Being - Lend Me Your Troubles
This is a great example of what we call Liquid DnB, the 'liquid' part referring to the smooth, deep bassline. The Liquicity channel on Youtube is dedicated to the Liquid subgenre of dnb.