Squirt, aka Aaron Wilkerson, was one of Dallas’ original junglists and one of the founding members of the 32 Degrees jungle crew (that I later joined) and was a huge influence on drum & bass culture in Dallas. Unfortunately he passed away on the 1st of April after a short illness. Squirt was talented, hilarious, […]
Dead Man’s Chest (aka Eveson) is dropping an actual mixtape! And by mixtape I don’t mean collection of poorly thrown together rap tracks on a CD that some dude tries to sell you for $10 on the subway. No, this is an actual cassette tape! A real, old school, reel-to-reel-need-a-tapedeck tape! Did I mention it’s […]
Bill Bradley’s Devious Mix is chock full of classic jungle and ragga dubs from years gone by that were cut by Houston’s DVS1. These dubs took a pretty circuitous route from their original home to Bill’s decks, but it turned into a pretty sick mix.
I’ll let D tell you all about the making of his second big mix CD, 97 Octane. My second CD mix! Way way back in 1997 I was just beginning to make my mark as a DJ on a national scale. Still living in Pittsburgh at the time and working as tech support at a […]
I saw Bailey was in-studio with Ray Keith, Clarky, Darrell Invaderz the other day on Instagram so I went back to check out the show. Absolute classic tunes from way back, a lil Stevie Wonder, a catch-up with the boys and even a bit of a mix at the end. Download Link
Who is Richie Brains? I don’t have any fucking idea. Doesn’t matter who, or what, he/she/it are because the music does ’nuff talking.
Chimpo is a maniac. A lovable one, but a maniac none-the-less. I’d like to party with him.
Want a lil footwork, jungle, and drum & bass for your morning mix? Then Addison Groove’s nearly 10-day old mix-up session is calling your name.
[h/t to Beatport] Dirtybird players (and real life bros), Justin and Christian Martin did up a drum & bass mix during a sunrise set from the most recent Dirtybird Campout. Now as a holiday treat you can watch video of the two of them listening to the mix while sitting in front of a TV […]
A lot of best-of lists suffer from terrible recency bias, including mine. I’m going to try and stay away from it for 2015, but with so much fantastic music being released every week it’s a tough ask. My criteria for the list are: Does it have repeat playability? Does it trigger an emotional or physical […]