I have missed official birthday which was the on the 10th but it has been just over two years since the first post was created. You can see that very post here. This year I plan to get a few more posts out there and a few more guest writers so if you are interested
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).
I’m a huge hip hop fan, and primarily East Coast, listening to Nas and Wu-Tang long before Jungle cast it’s spell on me. Despite coming from the South, Scarface (of Geto Boys fame) was as real as any East Coast rap, with his very deep and grainy voice, simple but effective rhymes; I Seen A
A mix from myself here, a random selection of a few not so obvious tunes. Tracklisting looks like… 01.. Remarc – Ricky (Remarc & Lewi Cipher Remix) – Dollar 02.. Funky Porcini – King Ashabanapal (Dillinja Remix) – Ninja Tune 03.. Desired State – Killer Beat (Q-Bass Remix) – Ram 04.. Suburban Knights – State
Another wicked Nolige mix here, digging the achives of 1992 to come up with quite the elusive tracklisting. -download- 01. MC Jay J & Devious D – Time Of Our Lives – Awesome Records 02. Bad Influence – Sudden Impact – Bad Influence 03. Defender – Feel It [Bass] – Gyroscope Records 04. Foul Play
A great mix from Manix aka Marc Mac (also 4Hero & Tom & Jerry) of the legendary Reinforced Records to promote the up coming new ‘but oldskool’ album from Manix in 2011. The mix and interview are lifted from EPM Music. Download podcast / mix Following Mark Broom’s live from Nitsa mix we now welcome