J Majik Archive
For perhaps the most respected label in the drum & bass scene, a label with a collective vision to steer jungle beyond standard dance-floor fare, most Metalheadz releases actually go for pretty cheap. In fact, with the exception of perhaps four or five 12”s amongst their first 30 from the golden era, collectors can pick
Another post and mix from regular Drumtrip reader Dan Norman. I was listening to some Doc Scott and Kemistry/Storm mixes the other day (Mixmag and One in the Jungle) and it inspired me to have a dig for the kind of mid to late 90s tunes which were rated highly at the time but never surfaced
Time for the 7th installment and 6th volume of my Deep Jungle series which started back in 2007. So far the series has visited a lot of the smooth and atmospheric moments from 1994/1997 on labels such as Good Looking, Basement, Photek and more, mostly the more drum and bass styled productions after 1994s jungle
Welcome to the new regular feature Drumtrip Sessions. Drumtrip Sessions will exclusively showcase the mixing and selecting talents of DJ’s from across the word. Spinning hardcore, jungle, drum and bass, and maybe even a few surprises. It is a pleasure to be able to launch the Sessions with a mix by DJextreme. Extreme is responsible for countless
A mix I knocked up in 2007, showcasing some of the darker Headz tunes up until around 1996. I have re-upped this one in anticipation to Metalheadz History sessions at Cable on 19th November 2011. More on the official Facebook event page. As you would expect, plenty of Rufige, Photek , Source Direct, Dilinja and co.
DJ Lee has been around since the beginning, and as such has many an unreleased tune knocking about which he has kindly put up in the form of a Metalheadz podcast. Unreleased tunes from around 1993 onwards, some big ones to from Peshay. Doc Scott, Photek, PFM, Roni Size and more. Thanks to the people