A second wave of liquid music started from 2006–09 with a rise of artists such as Eveson, Alix Perez, Zero T, Lenzman and Spectrasoul to name a few. Like the Liquid preceding it, it came predominately from the UK. Although more of it was coming internationally. These innovative artists tended to steer away from the Amens and 808's and brought new sounds to the drum and bass scene.
On the 1 October 2007 High Contrast brought liquid funk back to the mainstream with his album, Tough Guys Don't Dance, releasing tracks such as If We Ever (Featuring Diane Charlemagne) which made Radio 1's Dance singles chart, Kiss Kiss bang Bang and Tread Softly. This ended up "crossing over" and becoming one of the most listened to Drum and Bass album's of 2007. The success of liquid funk never left the mainstream, and was followed by Mistabishi's 'No Matter What' being played on daytime radio, Chase & Status' "More Than Alot"' album charting and the Brookes Brother's single 'Tear You Down' hitting Dance charts.
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