Andy C Archive
I feel like a broken record, but it’s been a long time since the last Drumtrip Session. Quality over quantity is very much the mantra here, and this session was well worth waiting for. Serum of Dread and V Recordings (among many others) speaks to us about his love for jungle, before laying down a
A few weeks ago I had a sudden urge to go through my RAM Records collection and mash a bunch of tunes together. It turned into “The Alternative History Of Ram Records” and I played a selection some of my favourite (ever so slightly) lesser celebrated releases. Looking down the track listing, DJ Flatliner featured
Drumtrip TV #5 was captained by myself Law, and it was fantastic voyage into very nice beats and bass. The set comes in at just over an hour and it was a real random selection, almost picking out the first vinyl that came to hand when thrusting around in the crates and shelves, and it turned out
Drumtrip TV Show #2 featured DJ Elevate. It was a great selection with quick mixing and even a little bit of Hype-esque scratching too. Track List Omni Trio – Future Frontiers Cloud Nine – Jazzmin Wots My Code – Dubplate Lords Of The Null Lines – Disturbance (Tango Remix) Under Rhythm London – Sub Circle (Remix) –
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).