Recorded live at Carbon’s 6th Birthday event at the Concorde 2 on the 20.3.2010 Brighton X Nation aka Stimpy with a set of classics alongside some more obscure bits from 93/94. Carbon 6th Birthday 20.3.2010 – X Nation oldschool jungle by X Nation Wots My Code – Dubplate (Simply Rolling remix) – Advance Pascal &
A new site has popped up online offering a host of vintage rave flyers, new release adverts and more from around 1994 to 1996. I do the miss the designs of flyers like these, especially the old Fantazia and Dreamscape ones that look like across between Gamesmaster and The Lawnmower man. Early 90’s CGI was
The Evolution of Drum and Bass Drumtrip has showcased a lot of classic tunes between our designated years of 1992 to 1996 since it was started. Many of these have been stone cold anthems, others more under-appreciate personal favourites but I imagine not every visitor has encyclopaedic knowledge of Hardcore / Jungle (neither do I).
As mentioned in the Manix interview and mix post a few months ago 4Hero are bringing back the Manix guise and releasing a proper vintage ‘back to 92’ album, full of brand new material. As Marc Mac mentioned he has dusted off the Akai sampler and the Atari, dug up all the old breaks and
Totally irrelevant to the site content but Drumtrip had been struggling with a little surge in traffic lately and the old VPS was having trouble keeping up. After searching and finding some great VPS Hosting, I migrated the whole site (effort!) to a brand server with 10 times the capacity, so it should keep us
X-Nation aka Stimpy, the Brighton junglite brings two tunes curtesy of Blodclot Recordings, the press release reads; Yo, we helped start of 2011 and January with 014 in our catalog, and we’re gonna wind down the first month of this new year with another release! Hailing from Britain, the one X Nation delivers some ruff,