Krust Archive

Kola Nut – Drumtrip Radio #007 [14/05/14]

Last weeks Drumtip Radio archive for you. This one was a Bristol special by someone special from Kent; Kola Nut. Greg AKA Kola rolled out a lively selection from the threesome Die, Krust and Roni Size. From Full Cycle to V, from Scorpio to Glamour Gold. Enjoy the sounds of jump up D&B at its

Wheeler – Drumtrip Radio #005 [30/03/14]

As we enter week 5, my good friend Wheeler controls the sound at Drumtrip Radio. A man who lets the music do the talking, Wheeler comes with a atmospheric mid 90s selection which gets a little dark and aggressive towards the end. Personal highlights here being Krust’s amazing “Soul In Motion” and Digital’s “Lower Depths”. Get

Jam One – Dubplate Jungle Mix [March 2014]

I spotted this over at DNBA forums, forum member Jam One has put together a superb selection of unreleased, hard-to-find, and remade tunes. There are some real gems in here such as a remake of the unreleased Tango & Fallout track “Revelations”, an unreleased Dillinja dubplate “Baby Your”, and the almost mythical Photek track “Feeling

Dan Norman – Sounds Of Life 95-97

Another post and mix from regular Drumtrip reader Dan Norman. I was listening to some Doc Scott and Kemistry/Storm mixes the other day (Mixmag and One in the Jungle) and it inspired me to have a dig for the kind of mid to late 90s tunes which were rated highly at the time but never surfaced

More Rockers – You’re Gonna (Make Me) (Roni Size & DJ Krust Remix)

A super cut up amen attack from the Bristol boys remixing some other Bristol boys back in 1995. More Rockers were formed by one of the members of the influential Smith & Mighty who contributed to the breakbeat hardcore movement of the late 80s. They put out some nice varied releases on their eponymous label,

Drumtrip Sessions #06 – Tim Reaper

Drumtrip Session number 6 is delivered by Tim Reaper. The young London based producer has so far had releases on AlphaCut, 36 Hertz as well as DJ Trace’s DSCI4 imprint – Including a amentastic remix of one of my favourite Trace tunes ‘Final Chapta‘. For this Session Tim focuses on the period in the 90s when everyone wanted