Noisemonkey of Subvert Central has compiled a most excellent mix of pretty much all the STU releases by vintage label Lucky Spin. Lucky Spin and it’s main offshoot Deejay Recordings were huge and pioneered what I can only describe as ‘Deep Space Jungle’, DJ Crystl in particular but also Orca (aka Decoder), Slipmaster J, DJ
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
Outrage of Function Recordings and Backlash fame has concocted this epic 2 hour set from 1990 to 1994, a proper history lesson in the evolution from hardcore to jungle. -download- 1 – Subnation – Scottie – Future Vinyl 003 (1993) 2 – Doc Scott – Drumz VIP – Metalheadz (1996) 3 – DJ Crystl –
Another great oldskool mix by DJ Marky, it all stems from a chat with a certain LTJ Bukem; Hello People, Yesterday i was on the phone with Mr. LTJ Bukem and we start talking about Wax Doctor and some old skool jungle tunes. Once Again,i decide to make another mix with a few of my
A jungle mix that Sectionate did a few years ago when he was first getting into Jungle, for which he sold parts of his collection to fund other items...
A little 5 minute mega mix I made a few years back featuring plenty of huge jungle tunes from 1993 to 1996. I cant find a tracklist, but it features Photek, Omni Trio, Bukem, Source Direct, Higher Sense, Digital, Roni Size, Invisible Man, Crystl etc Can you name them all? Law,