Rufige Kru Archive

Drumtrip Sessions #11 – Djinn

For session 11 we caught up with dubstep, jungle, and general all-things-bass selector Djinn! Hi Djinn, thanks for taking time out to talk to us. First up, where are you from and where are you at now? Easy, I’m in Manchester –   was born here, & lived here for a bit, had a spell over in the

Reinforced Dubplate – “What Do Those Faces Tell You”

Today’s ”Tune Of The Day” is a guest post by regular reader Daniel Norman who uncovers this mysterious Reinforced dubplate from 1993. I guess this one might not really class as a tune of the day as you can’t buy it unfortunately, but this track is absolute pure quality. Thankfully nothing to do with 2Unlimited (although maybe that’s

Law – Drumtrip Radio #001 [02/04/14]

Archive from the debut Drumtrip Radio show, recorded on 2nd April 2014. For show #001 I went for a little 4Hero and Goldie tribute. Going through the years from 1992 and the anthemic work of Manix, early Rufige, 4Hero and collaboration project ‘Internal Affairs’. Be sure to check out Drumtrip Radio every Wednesday 8 –

Pat Metheny ‎– Across The Sky (Goldie Remix)

I found this one on my, sometimes costly, travels around Discogs. Despite being a huge Goldie fan, I had never heard it before, and was not disappointed when I found the YouTube video. I know nothing the Pat Metheny group other that what Discogs told me; they are a “jazz fusion band founded in 1977

Rufige Kru (Goldie) and Phantasy on Harddrive 89.5 FM Toronto – 1992

Goldie has had a busy 2013 and shows no signs of slowing down. Headz is stronger than ever, his retrospective LP ‘The Alchemist’ dropped and his new art exhibition “Lost Tribes” opened in November. Thankfully he has still found time to relaunch his website and upload some gems to his new Soundcloud page @Goldie-Official. This

Uncle Dugs interviews Goldie

Uncle Dugs’ Rinse FM show is perhaps the last radio slot dedicated to old skool drum and bass currently riding the airwaves, his shows have become known for the relaxed but in-depth interviews from some of the genres biggest names. To date he has spoken at length to the likes of Nookie, Slipmatt, A Guy Called Gerald, and Kool FM