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Tag Archives: Jungle/Drum’n’Bass

Bugs

Self-proclaimed “pests in the machine,” the duo of Andrew Jervis and Dave “Skyjuice” Biegel came together in 1996 following Jervis spent time being a DJ, while Biegel played out bass in hip-hop, reggae and jazz groups. The music they’ve produced together as Pests is likewise eclectic, cross-cutting jazz-funk, drum’n’bass, and …

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The Bowling Green

Micko Westmorland was among the just artists from the British “drill’n’bass” scene to go up above the amount of fleeting stage. Combining components of electro, jungle, and downtempo/trip-hop in unusual, fidgety, often funny juxtapositions, Westmorland added a monitor to erstwhile techno/electronica label Increasing High’s Further Self-Evident Truths compilation series before …

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Alex Reece

Though he’s most thinking about acid house and early Detroit techno, Alex Reece found prominence within the mid-’90s being a jungle star. His curiosity about techno started in the past due ’80s, when acidity house was well-known. Reece gradually gained enough money to get turntables along with a good vinyl …

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Breakbeat Era

The Bristol, England-based drum’n’bass project Breakbeat Period was spearheaded by acclaimed producer Roni Size in tandem with DJ Pass away (also Size’s collaborator in Reprazent) and singer Leonie Laws and regulations. Their debut LP Ultra-Obscene premiered in 1999. [Observe Also: Roni Size]

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Atomic Hooligan

A breaks DJ/creation duo from the uk, Atomic Hooligan are associated with the label Botchit & Scarper and occasionally tour like a live music group. Made up of Matt Welch (who focuses on studio creation) and Terry Ryan (the DJ wiz of both), the duo from Watford, Britain, 1st teamed …

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Mr. Gone

Mr. Gone may be the brainchild of English funk musician Simon T. Bramley, a Leicester indigenous that has been playing for a long time with different jazz and funk organizations. In 1996, Mr. Eliminated became his studio room project mixing acidity jazz and jungle and also other related genres. After …

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Aquasky

Originally from Bournemouth yet afterwards transplanted to London, Kieron Bailey, Brent Newitt and Dave Wallace result from a generation of junglists with neither a strict concentrate on breakbeats nor a good fusion of jungle with many other styles (hip-hop, reggae, jazz, etc.). The trio’s recordings as Aquasky possess encompassed a …

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Adam Freeland

Adam Freeland may be the DJ, label-head, and maker frequently hailed for the fusion of breakbeat and techno (sometimes branded nu-skool breaks) on righteous blend albums like 1996’s Coastal Breaks and 2000’s Tectonics. Located in Brighton, Freeland started DJing in 1991, originally combining deep home and later on drum’n’bass. After …

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The Third Eye Foundation

The Third Attention Basis was the apocalyptic drum’n’bass alias of onetime Traveling Saucer Strike member Matt Elliot. Debuting in 1996 with Semtex, he came back a year afterwards using the EP The Audio of Violence, shortly accompanied by the full-length Ghost. You Men Kill Me made an appearance in 1998, …

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Aphrodite

Aphrodite’s Gavin Ruler is among the reigning, well, kings of jump-up design jungle, a sparse, high-energy offshoot of drum’n’bass created for optimum dancefloor effect. With paths propelled by basic, moving drum loops, large, warbling basslines, and plenty of chopped-up hip-hop and ragga examples, King’s produces as Aphrodite, Alladin, and Amazon …

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