Tags jungle, drum & bass, electronic
Genres drum and bass, jungle, dnb, drum n bass, electronic (beta)
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February 10, 2012
“For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.”
Ten tracks including music by Congo Natty, Bill Laswell vs Submerged, and Dillinja.
Art by Amy Ross.
and ending on my favourite bukem tune... ace :) thanks for the finely chopped beats, sir.
I loved Dillinja's ability to do jumpup-ish stuff without getting all clown step back then. Whatta guy.
what i mean is, he maintains the dark atmosphere well. These beats are mashing my brain, 'scuse me.
I bow to your superior knowledge of drum 'n bass genre :) I didn't follow its evolution to closely back in the day. Always a bit unsure of something being techstep, neurofunk, jumpup or what have you. But i understand what you're getting at. Dillinja sure was ahead of the pack.
lordamercy, let's do this!
A little out of my comfort zone here but I enjoyed it very much. Thanks!
Wolf is classic. Actually, everything on this mix is classic. Well done.
OH MY! What's The Score? is serious shit!
Funny, I just used some Bill Laswell D&B on a mix. So good!
YES! this place has been on a roll today and these is keeping it blazing. tanks for the tastiness good sir.
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