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).
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
DJ Lee has been around since the beginning, and as such has many an unreleased tune knocking about which he has kindly put up in the form of a Metalheadz podcast. Unreleased tunes from around 1993 onwards, some big ones to from Peshay. Doc Scott, Photek, PFM, Roni Size and more. Thanks to the people
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
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
Brighton Jungle stalwart Stimpy aka X-Nation with an October 2010 mix of jungle niceness.