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Jungle Cakes (Deekline / Ed Solo / Benny Page)

Posted on: January 25th, 2021 by Marcus No Comments

Owned and created by Ed Solo & Deekline, Jungle Cakes is the most well established Jungle DNB label in the UK. It’s most memorable releases such as ‘No no no’ and ‘Bad Boyz’ still destory dancefloors today.

Dillinja

Posted on: January 25th, 2021 by Marcus No Comments

One of the more prolific producers in jungle music — with records on over ten labels strong, two of them his own — Dillinja is one of the few drum’n’bass artists who spends more time in the production studio than in clubs. While living in Brixton in the early ’90s, he became tipped to jungle by DJ Bryan G, who lived around the corner from him. Fascinated with the sound of drum’n’bass, Dillinja began recording in 1991, releasing tracks on Cybotron, Intelligent IQ, Conqueror, Logic, Lionheart, V, Philly Blunt, and his own Deadly Vinyl label. In 1994, he recorded “The Angels Fell” for Goldie‘s Metalheadz label and became one of the hottest names in jungle. With his friend Lemon D. (who has also recorded for Metalheadz), Dillinja formed Valve Records, a label that expanded the drum’n’bass aesthetic to include elements of ancient analogue sequences. Though he signed to the major label London for a long-term contract, a planned LP was dropped and he continued producing multiple singles for the Test label during 1998-99. ~ John Bush, Rovi

Digital Mystikz (Mala + Coki)

Posted on: January 25th, 2021 by Marcus No Comments

Coki – the quiet man who makes a big noise, or “creatively one of the sickest producers of all time” as his production and DJ partner Mala puts it – has one of the most unusual career trajectories of any producer in electronic music. Although he is without question among the most influential musicians of the 21st century, although he has a good decade of classic tunes and thoroughly demolished raves behind him both solo and as half of Digital Mystikz, and although his fans include some of the biggest and highest-earning names in dance, from Skrillex to Skream, he remains two steps removed from the hustle and hype of the industry.

Mala is a producer, DJ, label owner and visionary best known for his contributions to the scene known as dubstep. But to people who have been touched by his music or moved by his DJing, he holds deeper place in their hearts. Through certain frequencies, his music carries a message that fundamentally connects people.

Congo Natty

Posted on: January 25th, 2021 by Marcus No Comments

Congo Natty aka Rebel MC has a career dating back to his early hit with Double Trouble, “Street Tuff,” but is probably most respected as one of the pioneers of Jungle – perhaps the first uniquely UK-born bass music. Michael West converted to Rastafarianism in the mid-90s, changing his name to Mikail Tafari.

Tall Black Guy

Posted on: January 18th, 2021 by Marcus No Comments

From humble origins in Detroit, raised on a healthy diet of Motown, Jazz and early Hip Hop…Tall Black Guy has become a standard bearer for the current hip hop beats scene. Through a steady stream of productions filled with incredibly clever sample flips and deft production chops, he has won fans across the world, including Gilles Peterson, Lefto, Jazzy Jeff, Questlove and countless others.

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