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At 22 and 23 years of age, Jake Carter and Adam Tindill, otherwise known as Geordie production duo Generation Dub, are standing in the frontline of a new breed of producers who are slowly but surely rising through the ranks of the jungle drum n bass scene. Having cemented a reputation for energetic dancefloor cuts during their apprenticeship at the Formation camp, which enabled them to established themselves as a formidable production partnership, they subsequently caught the ear of a certain DJ Hype and have now been enlisted to serve alongside the likes of Potential Bad Boy and Hazard at True Playaz, Ganja and Frontline.

Born and bred in Newcastle, the duo followed similar paths before fate willed them to cross at Music College. Jake grew up listening to rock and hip-hop before being converted to jungle drum n bass by artists such as Goldie and LTJ Bukem, while it was the ‘Platinum Breakz’ and ‘The Prototype Years’ albums which brought Adam’s attention to the bass and the drum, before which he steadily moved from his parents 80s record collection, through hip-hop, hardcore and house. Their fascination with jungle drum n bass soon developed into a desire to become part of the scene, which initially manifested itself as a desire to DJ. During this formative period, the duo also developed a fascination with the tools of music production, which combined with their aspirations to play an active part in the scene, led them to enrol at a Music College so that they could dedicated most of their time to perfecting their production skills. It was there that, after ending up in a studio together and discovering their mutual love for smoking weed and jungle drum n bass, they decided to forge a production partnership.

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