Drumtrip Radio #023 – Law [17/12/14]

Happy new year to all the Drumtrip readers. I’ve been very slack with new posts lately, due to real life things getting the way such as Christmas and that place that pays me for stuff (work I think it’s called). So, a little later than usual, the last Drumtrip show of the year. This one was

Drumtrip Radio #022 – Brian Badonde [10/12/14]

For show 22 Dave M aka Brian Badonde, a Drumtrip Radio stalwart, returns to drop a real mixed-bag selection. Bashy jungle dubplates, deep atmospheric numbers, and everything in between. Internal Affairs – In My Soul – Reinforced The Man With No Name – Painted Man – Hard Disk Essence Of Aura – Can I Dream

Drumtrip Radio #021 – Beautifully Crafted Jungle [03/12/14]

Maph and the gang at @BeautifullyCrafted-Jungle return to Drumtrip Radio for two hour show chock full of heady-goodness. soundcloud.com/drumtrip/sets/drumtrip-radio Get the schedule and archives for Drumtrip Radio at drumtrip.co.uk/radio/ Follow us and get alerts for the shows at mixlr.com/drumtrip/ Tracklist: Alaska – Invisible New Vision – Symbols Photek – Hidden Camera (Static Mix) Intensity –

Drumtrip Radio #20 – The Return! [19/11/14]

Drumtrip Radio returned in style with a four hour special, with four DJs taking the reins for the evening. The Drumtrip family took control, with the schedule looking like this… 7pm – Law 8pm – Brian Badonde 9pm – DJ Jamie 10pm – Kola Nut Each DJ brought their own distinct style. I went for

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

Lemon D – Break It Up

If you only got into D&B since in the 2000s you’d be forgiven for underrating Lemon D a little, or even thinking he is just Dillinja’s sidekick. Admittedly his post-millenium D&B work might not be amazing, but throughout the 90s he was immense. From his early days on his own Planet Earth imprint, to outings on Goldie’s