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, […]
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.
This was run out last week, but I missed it…a nice little ragga jungle mix by Gold Dubs featuring a load of modern ragga selections. The download for the mix is available from the Soundcloud page, so head over and grab it if it suits your tastes. I’m jamming it now. 1. Aries & Dom […]
It’s Memorial Day weekend in the U.S. and that means it’s time to eulogize service members by grilling your favorite meats and consuming beer. We’re going to do our own thing and chat about a load of new music that will be hitting the streets very soon. Alex Seva – Era/Twisted – Deep Field Audio […]
DJ Bailey drops a SLAMMING 90’s jungle mix for Aerosoul ahead of their event on March 1st. By the way, you might know/remember Aerosoul for their iconic Junglist Movement logo t-shirts and their placement in the movie Human Traffic. Click the link above to grab some gear from Aerosoul if you’re inclined. Track list: Deep […]
Marvellous Cain drops a frenetic ragga jungle set full of one-offs and dubplates spanning his 20 year history in the game. https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F59020860 Marvellous Cain “SOUND FI DEAD” #RIQ -YARDROCK JUNGLE 012 Mix’sTape by Marvellous Cain
This isn’t really my thing, but here’s a few free jump-up/ragga bits from Erb ‘N’ Dub. http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Fplaylists%2F1133550&g=1&color=&show_comments=&theme_color=Free Downloads by erbndub
I have a special fondness for ragga, not because I still listen to it or expect a ragga revival. Let’s be clear, it lived and died in the mid 1990s. I’m fond of it because this is the music that grew up jungle music and made it a distinct sound. Congo Natty were on the […]