Legendary Junglist Ray Keith has set down a heavy footprint in the pantheon of drum & bass. Here’s a tribute set that captures some key moments in his evolution. Enjoy.
Bizzy B & Pugwash’s Joker label, a series of high-energy jump-up tunes that kept the late night jungle sets hot. Here’s a short sample of goodness.
Jump-up jungle, especially from the Joker label, and some ragga business to boot.
A little something for a girl that loved drum & bass and breaks.
Which powder, which substance, which substitute, which purpose?
One of the more diverse sets in my back-catalogue. This one circles the map more than a few times and brings in some unusual spoken word content.
Not that we’re in a particularly brooding mood at StylusNation HQ tonight or anything, but it just seems like one of those days when a nice trio of heavy sets seems like the perfect fix to get the evening into full swing. Here’s some faster, darker bizness for the junglists. Enjoy.
A live set from New Year’s eve 2000 in Toronto – the second hour of this 90’s jungle/DnB retrospective focuses on the second half of the decade.
A live set from New Year’s Eve 2000 in Toronto – this first hour was a celebration of classic jungle tunes from the first half of the 90’s
A 1999 DJ set from the foggy grey of a Vancouver fall. Enveloped by clouds and soft musical comfort…