Drumtrip Radio #32, #33, #34 – Nibbers, Law and Ghaleon

Three weeks slacking updating the site, so three weeks worth of Drumtrip Radio archives in one hit. Weeks 32, 33 and 34 come courtesy of Nibbers, Law and DJ Ghaleon respectively – so thats over six hours of pure jungle niceness…. Get the schedule and archives for Drumtrip Radio at drumtrip.co.uk/radio/ Follow us and get

Repertoire – Past & Present EP. Feat. Invisible Man, Tim Reaper, Realside, Law & Wheeler

PRE-ORDER HERE AUDIO This was due to be the first Repertoire release on vinyl since 2009, when Sophine / Cloud Fairy (X-Nation) kicked off the label. We’ve been planning this one for probably about a year, and have spent most of that time tracking down the right tunes. Finally, we can announce the project and most

Drumtrip Radio #30 and #31 – Nibbers & Melos

Fallen a little behind in archiving the Drumtrip Radio shows on the site, so here’s a double header… For show #30: the man with the golden groove, Nibbers, returned again to Drumtrip Radio with a selection from right across the board. And week #31 saw Melos of Sonata Recordings joining the family for his debut show. Get the

The Law – Something Special / Probe-One – Voyage – REPRV002 Vinyl

I don’t usually promote new releases, but as you can tell, I have an vested interest in this one. Back in 2009 I launched a label called “Repertoire” which had several digital releases and a single vinyl release. The mantra for the label was simple; contemporary jungle for the modern age. Fast forward to 2015

Drumtrip Radio #029 – Snakey [11/03/15]

Snakey makes his debut on Drumtrip Radio and drops a delightfully smooth atmospheric selection. Get the schedule and archives for Drumtrip Radio at drumtrip.co.uk/radio/ Follow us and get alerts for the shows at mixlr.com/drumtrip/ Tracklist: Jack ‘n’ Phil feat. Wendy – Music Is The Melody Of Life – Homegrown Recordings Spinback & Q Project –

Drumtrip is 5 Years Old!

On this day in 2010, Drumtrip was launched. I can’t quite believe five years has flown by in that time, and eerily, the very first post featured on Drumtrip was an Invisible Man track I originally launched Drumtrip (named after the 2 Bad Mice tune) as a sandbox for learning some basic online marketing and SEO