The indelible mark left by Marcus Intalex and ST Files' groundbreaking track

Drum ‘n bass has been a relentless chameleon, undergoing a constant metamorphosis since its inception.

With each transformation, it spawns new hybrids and subgenres, captivating fresh generations of artists and fans along the way. From the golden era of liquid funk to the rise of mainstream drum'n bass, from the daring experiments of the autonomic movement to the relentless energy of neurofunk and jump-up, and the resurgence of jungle, the genre's evolution knows no bounds. One pivotal moment in this journey was the release of Marcus Intalex & ST Files' timeless track How You Make Me Feel, released in 1999.

Marcus Intalex, a true luminary of drum'n bass, was known for his ability to seamlessly blend techno, house, and soulful elements into his music. His collaboration with ST Files was nothing short of majestic, yielding releases on renowned labels like Metalheadz, Hospital Records, and Doc Scott's 31 Records. It was under the banner of 31 Records that they unveiled How You Make Me Feel a track often credited as one of the pioneers of the Liquid Funk subgenre.

With its funk-filled liquid vibes, ethereal vocals, shimmering piano chords, and delightful jazzy interludes, the track stood out as a testament to Marcus Intalex and ST Files' ground-breaking fusion of influences. It was a sound that transcended boundaries, a sonic journey that defied convention. It was one part techno, one part deep house, but unmistakably drum'n bass at its core. During an era when the genre was undergoing rapid evolution, this track stood out as a sonic gem that sounded like nothing else at the time. What makes it truly remarkable is that, even years later, it still retains its freshness and innovative spirit. It remains a stone-cold classic, a sonic masterpiece that has influenced countless artists and enthusiasts but has never been surpassed.

To say that Marcus Intalex's music will endure for eternity would be an understatement. It shaped musical tastes, broadened artistic palettes, and inspired innovative approaches within the drum'n bass community. Marcus Intalex's influence extended beyond his music; his unwavering support, encouragement, and insistence on authenticity left an indelible mark on the genre's landscape.

Drum ‘n bass has been a relentless chameleon, undergoing a constant metamorphosis since its inception.

With each transformation, it spawns new hybrids and subgenres, captivating fresh generations of artists and fans along the way. From the golden era of liquid funk to the rise of mainstream drum'n bass, from the daring experiments of the autonomic movement to the relentless energy of neurofunk and jump-up, and the resurgence of jungle, the genre's evolution knows no bounds. One pivotal moment in this journey was the release of Marcus Intalex & ST Files' timeless track How You Make Me Feel, released in 1999.

Marcus Intalex, a true luminary of drum'n bass, was known for his ability to seamlessly blend techno, house, and soulful elements into his music. His collaboration with ST Files was nothing short of majestic, yielding releases on renowned labels like Metalheadz, Hospital Records, and Doc Scott's 31 Records. It was under the banner of 31 Records that they unveiled How You Make Me Feel a track often credited as one of the pioneers of the Liquid Funk subgenre.

With its funk-filled liquid vibes, ethereal vocals, shimmering piano chords, and delightful jazzy interludes, the track stood out as a testament to Marcus Intalex and ST Files' ground-breaking fusion of influences. It was a sound that transcended boundaries, a sonic journey that defied convention. It was one part techno, one part deep house, but unmistakably drum'n bass at its core. During an era when the genre was undergoing rapid evolution, this track stood out as a sonic gem that sounded like nothing else at the time. What makes it truly remarkable is that, even years later, it still retains its freshness and innovative spirit. It remains a stone-cold classic, a sonic masterpiece that has influenced countless artists and enthusiasts but has never been surpassed.

To say that Marcus Intalex's music will endure for eternity would be an understatement. It shaped musical tastes, broadened artistic palettes, and inspired innovative approaches within the drum'n bass community. Marcus Intalex's influence extended beyond his music; his unwavering support, encouragement, and insistence on authenticity left an indelible mark on the genre's landscape.