I have been collecting and DJ'ing for over 20 years and specialise in Old Skool, Jungle and DnB but you'll also find some Breaks, Hip-Hop, Reggae and Jazz.
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posted a comment on Dillinja - Deep / Deadly Deep Subs . 3 months ago
Sorry to report but the pressing isn’t so great with this release (this maybe just my copy though). With DDS, the high hats overpower the mix completely & is unplayable imo. Such a shame as Deep Jungle has been on top form with all their releases.
posted a comment on DJ. Gwange* - Motionless / Adrenalin. 7 months ago
An unbelievable 12....I have played this countless times & never get bored of it. Sublime!!
posted a comment on Tango. over 3 years ago
RIP Jamie Tango...pioneer of the darkside sound! Your music will influence generations to come & I will continue to play your tracks in my set till i die! Much love & respects to you....so sad you left us too soon!
posted a review of RWDS - Hemispheres Vol 1. over 3 years ago
Brilliant four tracker from Ron Wells & Daniel Silk showcasing their collaborative synthesis pumping up the vibes. 4/4s, breaks, acid & atmospheric pads run throughout each track - I can't stop playing this ep. If you love your jungle tekno get on this!
posted a comment on Underground Software - Real Mean Bastard Rmx. over 3 years ago
As much as I love Reinforced the pressing on this particular plate is awful...it’s a shame as the tunes are fire...
posted a review of Tim Reaper & Dwarde - Globex Corp Volume 1. over 4 years ago
Tim Reaper & Dwarde come correct with this storming release on 7th Storey and for my money this is one of the best releases in what has been a very strong year for jungle. Every track has that authentic 93/94 Hardcore jungle sound: stomping 4/4's to... See full review
posted a comment on Dug (13) - The Outset EP. over 4 years ago
Storming EP this...93/94 vibes all over this & only 100 copies pressed up. If this comes up for sale bag it immediately. Proper rinse out!! Big up Mark & Jedi Recordings..smashing it!
posted a comment on Eze-G - New Trainers. over 6 years ago
Just a quick question about this release...I have the On War The Path but this sounds nothing like it..is this an alternative version or an incorrect tracklisting? Either way they're both bangers! :)
posted a comment on DJ Tamsin & The Monk - A Better Place / Sanctuary. over 6 years ago
I recently had the privilege of playing the Trace remix of A Better Place out at Rupture on their Function 1 system...no words can really do this tune justice! Stunning amens on release from the bell samples, gorgeous pads & strings throughout & a... See full review
posted a comment on Bay B Kane - Spandangle Selection Volume 1. over 7 years ago
Quality ep this; 3 unreleased gems of hardcore / jungle techno from Bay B Kane here but the real winner is Wheel Em Up..big tune! Highly recommended if you can get your hands on it!
posted a comment on Ellis Dee + D.J. Swanne* - Ruff Neck Bizznizz. over 7 years ago
Ruff Neck Business can also be found on this release:
posted a review of Apollo Two - Volume 1. over 12 years ago
Atlantis (I Need You) needs no introduction. Very ahead of its time and a timeless classic that still smashes floors to this day and in my opinion was one of Bukem's finest tunes. This tune has a wonderful vibe throughout, uplifting female vocals ( i... See full review
posted a review of Blame. over 15 years ago
An absolute legend! My favorite period were his days at Moving Shadow where he produced tracks such as 'Music Takes You' and 'Feel The Energy'. Very versitile in almost anything he turned his hand to;his later work on Good Looking showed a very mature... See full review
posted a review of DJ Taktix - The VIP (Final Chapter). over 15 years ago
One of the massive anthems of '94, total jump up pressure and 'one for the ladies!" With female vocals by Regina Belle (It's the way...)and ragga vocals dispersed throughout-this is a sure fire dance floor filler. Clever breaks are used..Taktix... See full review
posted a review of Kay 9 - Crazy Bad Bwoy / Perfect Design. over 15 years ago
'Crazy Bad Bwoy' was the second release on the now defunct label Section 5 (Moving Shadow's sister label) and boasted the incredible talents of Kay 9 aka the legendary Blame. This track begins with a ragga sample with tight rolling breaks and synthy... See full review