LTJ Bukem Archive

LTJ Bukem Interview – Atmosphere Mag 1994

Another interview from the archives here. This one features Danny Bukem just as Good Looking were really reinforcing themselves as one of Jungle’s premier labels alongside stalwarts like Moving Shadow, Reinforced and Production House. He lists the labels past hits and cites forthcoming tracks like The Dolphin Tune (Photek), The Piano Tune (Peshay) and of

Law – Biography Of LTJ Bukem mix

A mix I did in 2007, showcasing nearly all of Bukem’s early work (post¬†Logical Progression on VMR). All the classics are there with Demons Theme (the tune that kicked off the GLO), the sought after Bookworm release and a few lesser talked about remixes. With so many classic’s it is hard to choose a favourite

DJ eXtreme – 1993 Hardcore Jungle Vol.9

eXtreme is responsible for really getting me into oldskool Dillinja a few years ago, the man has recorded countless mixes over the years and got them online, its been a while since I’ve seen a new one but here it is. Fearturing a few obscure tunes including one of about 5 or so copies of

Vice Style: Inna Jungle Fashion

Vice Style: Inna Jungle Fashion

DJ Marky’s Jungle D&B Classics Vol II

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

Unreleased tune: Dillinja – You

The words ‘unreleased Dillinja’ will always grab the attention of Drumtrip, and even more so due to the fact that this release is out there on vinyl somewhere. It appears to be on a test press with the catalogue number VDLP7, along with VIPs of Krome & Time’s ‘The Licence’, Photek – First Sequence and