- Performer London Massive
- Title Jungle Tune Vol. Two
- Date of release 1995
- Style Drum n Bass, Jungle
- Other formats VOC ASF MMF VOX AAC DTS FLAC
- Genre Electronic
- Size MP3 1584 mb
- Size FLAC 1775 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 528
The aim of this EP is to help raise awareness and money for charities that help prevent deforestation all over the planet, focusing on the rainforests and the jungle (of course). supported by 11 fans who also own Jungle Aint Massive (Charity) EP . go to album. TFA VA003 by VA. supported by 8 fans who also own Jungle Aint Massive (Charity) EP .
Jungle may have been heavily centred around London in the early days, but it quickly captured imaginations across the UK. In the Midlands, DJ SS’s Formation Records played a leading role in its mutation from hardcore rave into jungle. The Lighter’ is a very early example of its ability to absorb sounds and styles from almost any other type of music. Conquering Lion’ makes our list for having everything you want from a ragga jungle tune: rewinds, gunshots, relentless patois chatter and, of course, masses of bass and rude-boy swagger. 10. ‘Worries in the Dance’ – New Blood.
Massive top 100 dnb tracks june vo. 2019. Style: Drum and Bass, Liquid Funk, Neurofunk, Jump Up, IntelligentDNB, Jungle, Mainstream Release date: 13/06/2019 Format: MP3 Quality: 320 kbps. T:Base & Triatik - Digital Future 2014 (EP). Drum and Bass, Liquid DNB Album date. 320kbps Label: Influenza Media.
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Deep Blue - The Helicopter Tune. 43. Adam F - Original Jungle Sound (Switch remix). 53. Various - Jungle Is Massive (continuous mix 1). 1:20:00. 54. Various - Jungle Is Massive (continuous mix 2). 1:21:46. 55. Various - Jungle Is Massive (continuous mix 3). 1:20:51.
JUNGLE MASSIVE - Drum And Bass, Dubstep, Jungle Jungle Massive è un collettivo di dj e musicisti Bresciani provenienti d. .Lower Bass is a sicily based producer and he appear on Tarantula Music whit a neuro tune straight and powerful whit a techstep retro taste. March 22 ·. Future Sounds Radio.
Jungle’s heartland was London and the Midlands (Coventry, of all places, was a particularly significant node), and in many ways the music developed out of the disintegration of the rave dream. By contrast with rave’s Ecstasy-fuelled rural arcadia, jungle’s feral geography seemed as if it was derived from dystopian science fiction. The jungle was a fictional space as much as a genre, a brutal ‘90s update of William Gibson’s cyberspace. Jungle’s innovations were collectively driven, not attributable to individual auteurs, but to ‘scenius’, the interaction between DJs, producers and the ‘massive’ on the dancefloor. This one is all about the vocal sample: an inspired hijacking of the first two words from Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Sound of Silence’, pitched up and looped. It’s an example of jungle’s ability to provoke the uncanny thrill of déjà vudu by altering and recontextualising a familiar sound.
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