More like shut the fuck s/t you shit-eating troglodyte-edition.
What are you hyped for in 2015 /bleep/?
Just download amen break, load it in dblue_glitch vst and you have same thing as actual jungle revival
Interesting track, I just needed to hear this drum break for the milionth time. Thanks
>Jungle - speed up selected 70's funk tracks
Wut? How ignorant can you be?
Dance music of the 1990s largely rejected the simple, jovial, hedonistic approach to body movement that had ruled since James Brown invented funk music in the 1960s. Simplistic genres like disco, techno and house had simply imported new technologies (both for rhythm and arrangements) into the paradigm of funk. The 1990s continued that process, one of the most important ideas to come out of Britain was jungle or drum & bass, a syncopated, polyrhythmic and frantic variant of house, a fusion of hip-hop and techno that relied on extremely fast drum-machines, epileptic breakbeats and huge bass lines.
Few genres of popular music underwent so many changes and reached such ambitious heights as jungle did. Within a few years, jungle musicians were already composing abstract and ambient pieces, integrating breakbeats with pop vocals, adopting jazz improvisation Thanks to ever more intricate beats and to free structures borrowed from jazz, jungle music rapidly became the foundation for a new kind of avantgarde music, pursued by the most austere of the genre's visionaries
good m8. went to fabric on friday which was wicked. and then a house party last night. going to the pub later to watch the arsenal/liverpool game with some m8s and then got a reservation at scott's with my dad in the evening
I went to see helena hauff with a qt on friday, she was surprisingly good at mixing. yesterday i didn't do much, just chilled and let it come down
how was fabric on friday? wasn't like a grime takeover know? since i'm a 4onthefloor baby i think i wouldn't have enjoyed
saw quite a range of stuff. got in as it opened with fabric first at 11pm and walked right to the front. stayed there through mssingno, deadboy (who did a dancehall set which i'm not normally into but probably enjoyed the most of the night), joker, preditah (who did his kinda grime influenced house stuff) then skepta and jme came on with logan at 3am and i stayed for like half an hour but then room1 was just getting to packed and aggro. jme had to keep stopping it to let people calm down, and as i was at the front i was being crushed against the stage. still better in the middle and falling over tho. anyway yeah, then we were like "fuck this" and went room 2 to see scratcha dva, moxie and finally mella dee. so that was quite 4x4
This is a brilliant tune. It does leave me wishing to have some more melodic elements, some catchy string instruments, some sample that would make this track complete.
Something like klute's saviour is a perfect example of this.