Liquid Drum & Bass on this 2012 release from Old Dominion (Sacramento based Joshua Laya) on Gods DJs Records.
The track starts in a high-hat accented break with bright orchestral synth-chords sitting behind a building piano riff.
The track then drops into a smooth beat with the chords swirling and additional pads providing the hook.
At about 1:45 the track really gets going with some jazzy sax leading us into the meat of the track – a pulsing bass riff, chopped vocals and that liquid D&B beat.
The track breaks again into the hat and chords and some more of the jazzy piano and sax and then drops back into the beat.
Drum & Bass isn’t the main style you will find coming from the Gods DJs stable but on the evidence of this, maybe there should be some more of it!