There was a time when Bristol, UK, might have seemed the most unlikely place to change the global music scene. But a small group of musical adventurers and DJs called The Wild Bunch dropped their ideas into the sonic waters and the ripples that burst out of The Dugout, the creative den that they called home are still being felt today. Ripples might be the wrong word, seismic shock is perhaps better, and surfing it came to the likes of Massive Attack, Portishead, Tricky, and the scene that is now known as…

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