Bargain Jungle Archive

Bargain Jungle: The Good Fellas – Impact

Phat Trax was a subdivision of the Trouble on Vinyl label that lasted from 1995 to 2001 featuring a whole host of undercover tunes that never received the attention they deserved. Although some of the producers were previously unheard of, the label did feature tunes from the likes of 175 Crew and Notorious J. As

Bargain Jungle: Shanie – (You’re Gonna) Miss My Face (Dillinja’s Mix)

Something from a bit later on a tune that may not be that well known to people, even though it comes from one of the heavyweights of Jungle and D&B. If memory serves me correctly this came out some time around 1997 and I remember playing/hearing it a lot on radio back then. The Cyba

Bargain Jungle – Moul’y & Lucida ‎– Inertia / Prophecy Remixes

Today’s Bargain Jungle is brought to you by Moul’y & Lucida (Alex Moul & G. Fisken). I personally know very little about the duo, however it is an interesting fact to know that Alex Moul (Moul’y) is now a pro skater, skating for none other then Flip Skateboards (click here for video). Moul’y & Lucida have several

Bargain Jungle: Q-Project – The Instrumental

Released on LTJ Bukem’s Looking Good Records in 1996 The Instrumental by Q-Project is a great example of the “intelligent” drum and bass sound that LTJ Bukem was pioneering at the time and the style of drum and bass that I personally love. The excellent use of a sample from the intro of Lonnie Liston Smith

Bargain Jungle: Asend & Ultravibe – Real Love

Rewind back to 1995 when everything Jungle orientated was still going through some kind of transition stage, some tunes retaining earlier roots of Acid House and Hardcore while others branching off towards mass Amen destruction. Ascend & Ultravibe (otherwise known as Dead Dred) were quite a duo when it came to producing solid tunes –

Lisa Moorish – Love For Life (PFM Remix)

Lisa Moorish was a singer songwriter on the cusp of making it big in the 90’s, but if your anything like me, you probably know her for bearing the children of throwback ‘rockstars’ Liam Gallagher, and Libertines frontman Pete Doherty. She went on to release an album on Go! Discs, a label that also boasted acts