Tim Reaper may have been barely conceived when some of the tunes he loves were created, it hasn't stopped him becoming a promising young jungle producer.
Pushing his own vintage style of jungle, Tim also regular contributes to EveryDayJunglist.biz
Released in 1994, this dark tune is so ahead of its time, with its use of heavy tribal beats and for as little as 3 pounds, you can purchase one of Gerald’s finest tunes. About Tim ReaperTim Reaper may have been barely conceived when some of the tunes he loves were created, it hasn't stopped him
Created by Tech Itch in 1995, using one of his many aliases, Feel Free by The Spice starts off with a lush intro with uplifting pads and warm vocals, but then switches at the drop into a fierce amen smasher. An early release on his label Tech Itch Recordings, this is the type of tune
This atmospheric jungle tune was made in 1995, by Subnation, famous for their darkside tune entitled ‘Scottie’, using a one-time alias called Natural Forces. It was released on a label called Spotlight Records, which was owned by Phil Wells, known for running Basement Records, who now runs Nu-Urban. The label produced a large amount
This tune came out in 1996 on a one release label named Blu Inc & it was made by Dillinja, using one of his many aliases. It features use of his trademark amen, Public Enemy vocal snippets and a jazzy horn sample Readily available on Discogs or as little as 2 pounds, this overlooked tune is a must-have for all
Excellent 1994 tune made by a one-time producer named DJ Easy, engineered by Mad Ragga Jon of Production House & Mad House fame and released on a label called Madboy Recordz, this being the only release on that label. The tune starts off with dark eerie pads, representative of the time. The amen is teased