LTJ Bukem Archive

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

Bargain Jungle: Grace – If I Could Fly (LTJ Bukem’s Roll It Mix)

It’s been a while since the last post, for various reasons but we return with a new bargain jungle selection. As touched on previously, around 1995 to 97 D&B was celebrated in the UK media as a creative outlet for the urban youth of the time and everyone wanted a piece. Legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold,

Tune of the Day: Appaloosa – Unplugged (Chaos & Julia Set Mix)

Appaloosa consisted of Matthew Brooks and Ben McColl both of whom later went on to form Nautilus with Ben Smalls. The tune is Unplugged (Chaos & Julia Set Mix) produced by Mark Pritchard & Dom Fripp, and released on his Recoil Records label. A really forward thinking tune for its time (released in 1994) it features unique

Law & Wheeler – Jungle Hardcore Mix – November 2006

A nice little mix here recorded back in 2006 alongside my good friend and longtime (though intermittent) mixing-partner-in-crime; Wheeler aka Double-V aka Clangmaster Flex. We may well have been drunk when it was mixed together but most of the set is very passable. What I love about this selection is nearly all of these tunes

Better Days – Jungle Flyer and Ad Archive

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

What is Jungle? – The History 1992 to 1996

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).