Bargain Jungle Archive

Deep Blue & Blame – Transitions / Re-Transitions

Transitions & Re-transitions (Moving Shadow 93) 1996 Part of the Moving Shadow management, Shaun O’Keefe AKA Deep Blue teams up with original Shadow artist, Blame on this release from 1996. Transitions starts with a cold string that almost sounds like its breathing before a simple metallic beat moves the track along. Gentle percussion gives the track

Drumtrip Radio #026 – Brian Badonde [22/01/15]

Drumtrip Radio veteran BrianBadondey gives the 1995 ragga jungle a night off, and instead pulls out some 1997 goodness. How refreshing… Get the schedule and archives for Drumtrip Radio at Follow us and get alerts for the shows at Tracklist 1- S.O.S – Spacefunk 2 (Digital Remix) – Timeless Recordings 2- Dextrous –

State Logik – Technologik (State of the Art Recordings)

Back in the day when Kiss FM actually meant something, their specialist shows were broadcast across the short lived Kiss network for a few months between the end of 1996 and beginning of 1997. Sunday evenings were split alternatively between the Fabio & Grooverider show or one of the other dnb djs namely Frost, Randall,

J. Majik – Jim Kutta / Needle Point Majik

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

Alex Reece – Feel The Sunshine (DJ Pulse Remix)

Maybe the cheapest bargain jungle tune we’ve found yet. After a well documented dispute with Goldie over the rights to “Pulp Fiction”, Alex Reece left the Headz camp and swiftly found his home on 4th & Broadway Records, a subsidiary of the well known Island Records. He released his debut album entitled So Far in

Everything But The Girl – Single (Photek Remix)

Perhaps one of my favourite remixes of tune from outside the jungle / D&B scene. Everything But The Girl are probably best known in the UK for the chart topping single “Missing”. A single that when first released didn’t exactly set the charts alight, but blew up when remixed by Todd Terry and re-released in