Q-Project Archive

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).

Nolige – Untitled 93′ Mix [Part 1] 22nd November 2010

Nolige of Sci Wax and Bassbin fame comes with another history lesson in the form of this crate diggin’ mix. -Download- -Mirror- 01. Undercover Elephant – Jelly-Head – Bogwoppa Records 02. Skanna – Untitled [A2] [Night Stalker EP] – Skanna Records 03. Formula 7 – Redemption – Quayside Records 04. S. McCarthy & D. Charlesworth

J Funk, Stimpy, Law, J Rolla & Serum – Essential 1993 Mix

Following on from the original Essential Jungle Mix this was knocked up in January 2009. New additions are J-Rolla, the man with the most ridiculous oldskool collection going, and Serum of Creative Source, 36 Hertz and of course Dread Recordings fame. The same rules applied, all of the mix was record live and in 5

Law, Kola Nut, Stimpy, Ripon & J Funk – The Essential Jungle Mix

Myself and a few others knocked this up way back in 2006, and fitting perfectly in our designated timezone at Drumtrip, it makes sense to add it. You can see the original 2006 thread at breakbeat.co.uk here This basically consisted of each DJ doing their seperate parts, and then my good self pasted them all

Bargain Jungle: Total Science – Split Personality

Total Science might not be at the same standard these days, but from 1992 to the turn of the millenium they were (along with Dillinja) the most consistent and productive producers around, and they could easily turn their hand to any style. Split Personality came out on Timeless in 1996, sounding very much like Source