In the history of modern music it is very hard to find a genre as progressive as drum & bass. In just a few decades, this unbounded style crossed physical and mental boundaries of motherland England so it could go beyond the endless variety and create a phenomenal sense of togetherness and totally unique global family. Now arrives the ultimate opportunity to set the most important milestones of this electronic music evolution together - announcing the TOP 100 most popular tracks poll! It is only up to you which ones will be sent to the Hall of Fame. Out of the hundreds of pounds of pure gold from all over the world that you will choose, we will select the top 10 musical spectacles of all times. We will reveal them in a special audiovisual show on the second largest open air stage at Let It Roll 2019. Vote in the poll and create a history with us!


In your opinion, which drum & bass track is the best of all times? Select minimum 1, maximum 5 tracks that should not be missing in the top100 poll. We will then draw 10 of you who will get a free ticket to Let It Roll 2019. The winners will also get a piece of LIR merchandise. We will draw the winners on 10th June.

Information about the processing of personal data for the survey and contest evaluation

In regards to joining this survey and competition through filling in the form, the organizer LIR Events, s.r.o. is processing the following personal data - First Name, (Last Name), E-mail address and Answer Content. By filling in the form you agree with the fact that processing your personal data in the given range is a part of this competition. Your e-mail address might only be used by the organizer in order to sending you his newsletter by you giving him the explicit consent to do so, which can later be withdrawn at any moment by clicking the relevant link in the newsletter. The copy of the filled in form is archived for 5 years by the organizer and after reaching this milestone, it is deleted entirely. After the competition is finished, the organizer can only process the data in the form for his statistical purposes, while temporary retention of forms corresponds to his legitimate interest.