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).
Great mini interview here by August 1994’s edition of Atmosphere mag, the interviewee being a certain 20 year old Dillinja. It’s great to read him talking about Deep Love (Remix) as a new big tune he expects to do well and the launch of Logic Productions, Also you can see the interviewer get confused when
Big remix here from Dillinja, as they all were back in 1995, this time Ninja Tune stalwart Funki Porcini gets the treatment, the tune being King Ashabanapal. The original is a fairly downtempo affair, Dillinja switches it as he does; with amens everywhere and huge sub bass, it is a fairly standard amen work out
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
Vice Style: Inna Jungle Fashion
Its been a while but a new bargainous tune; Hardleaders was an odd label which featured Dillinja, Lemon D and Decoder (of Orca fame) producing under various aliases, as well as a few other well known, and not so recognisable names. Hardleaders, a subsidiary of the seminal techno and hardcore label Kickin Records, appeared to