We’re all feeling a bit plucky at Stylusnation HQ tonight – probably on account of the cider. Accordingly, here’s a Sublight jungle set. What?! We haven’t had one of those in a while (the mixing on this set probably reinforces that fact), but it’s been long overdue that we circle back to this, the greatest use of a breakbeat ever. Cheers.
Some intense breakcore and heavy ragga jungle to shake out the road rage. We promise it’ll make you happy in 76 minutes – money back guarantee! Enjoy (responsibly).
PS: Don’t be fooled by the first track.
Some more-hardcore-than-usual stuff. Here’s some breakcore and fungal intensity.
Make this big bounce & shred part of your nutritious breakfast.
The madness escapes in every direction. This bizness is gritty and dangerous.
A tribute to a true original master – the one and only Alec Empire. Culled from the vaults of his DHR label, as well as old Force Inc./Mille Plateaux releases, this covers many of the genres he’s dipped his toes into – acid, breakcore, ambient/experimental, and some serious lo-beat harshness – much of which has created or furthered the template for these forms. There are probably a few tracks in here that aren’t strictly his (Atari Teenage Riot and a few side projects), and some that might just be on his label (I’m sure there’s a Christoph de Babylon track in here somewhere…), regardless, you’ll see his hands at work in all of it – plus the mixing on this set appears to be more than a bit batshit crazy – in this case that might just help. Enjoy.
An afternoon of jamming with Hasek, he on his kit and I on my turntables.