Drum and bass are the most popular and liked Genres in Electronic music. It is a perfect choice of music for dance, celebration, parties, and most important for the concert. They are the boost to music which gives the thump and beat to dance our feet. There is no music lover ever in the world who hates a drum roll and bass on music. It is like a drug that takes you on a trip to the land of music. In the upcoming article, let’s see about the history, how to celebrate, and more about the day.
What is Drum & Bass?
It is electronic music that can turn any music into a dancing number. It can blend well with all genres of music and make it more upbeat music. Bass is like a dope for music that makes your heart pound and makes the environment more enthusiastic. Even melodious music can be converted to a rocking one with the inclusion of Drum & Bass in it. If you don’t believe me, here is an example that creates an unlimited change over on Moonlight Sonata by Giscard Rasquin and Ludwig van Beethoven.
History of Drum & Bass Day
A petition was launched on 17th February of 2021 to the Ministers of Arts and Culture around the world to declare 17th April as Drum & Bass Day officially. It has been made possible with the support of people around the world joining the movement, we REALLY hope that it gets the official recognition it deserves. So for every fan of Liquid, Neurofunk, Jump Up, Tech, Dancefloor, Breaks, Jungle, Half-time, or any other style, we need to unite once more (let’s face it, we’re wicked at it!) to cement this day as official and to celebrate an influential, unmistakable and iconic genre in dance music.
Other Celebrations on April 17
April 17 is also celebrated as
- World Hemophilia Day
- National Bat Appreciation Day
- International Haiku Poetry Day
- National Mustang Day
- National Cheeseball Day
- Nothing Like A Dame Day
- Blah Blah Blah Day
How to Celebrate the Day
This day can be celebrated by organizing events, shows, concerts, etc based on Drum & Bass instruments. You can post your thoughts, and wishes on social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, etc using the hashtag #DrumandBassDay.
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