The Everyday Junglist Podcast with Jawa and Emplate
Jinx-Exclusive mix-Episode 308
July 10, 2017 04:47 PM PDT
Once again we're back at it, The Everyday Junglist Podcast Episode 308 is here, come get some!!
Thank you goes out to Satin for his mix for Episode 307!
Episode 308 comes to Emplate and me from Jinx, an artist who is a personal favorite of mine, so I am pretty hyped to feature this mix for all of you!!
Being as I am a big fan of Jinx's, please pick up the following tracks from Jinx, which come highly recommended from me: A Dub War, Counter Attack, Shark Attack, All A Game, Dabs, This Goes Out, End of Line, Still a Soldier, Inside the Dance, and Last Chance! Trust me when I tell you, I could have recommended 30 more tunes, but this should give all of you a great base of Jinx's music to infuse your sets with!
The mix Jinx sent over to us to feature is really, really, really HYPE!! There are a lot of high energy, wicked, jump up tunes and rollers, and an added gift in the form of a remix of one my favorite tracks, Pulp Fiction by Alex Reece!
Let's meet the man behind the music, Jinx:
For more music from Jinx, please click the links below:
Enjoy the sounds of Jinx!! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
jinx - let me break it down
June 21, 2017 02:14 PM PDT
It's Wednesday and its time for episode 307 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Simstah for the mix you did for episode 306!!
Episode 307 comes to us from Californian badmon,dj, record label maven, and apparel company owner, Satin!!
Satin's mix starts with an ethereal intro and then quickly turns filthy with rollers and nasty amens!! The mix eases into some ragga stylee, halftime, more wicked amens, rollers, and ragga, some wicked, wicked selections in this mix!!
Let's meet this badbwoy from the West Coast:
HumDruma Recordingz was founded in 1998 by dj Satin as a drum&bass label. After 5 years in the making of HumDruma Recordingz, the main focus was to bring back that ruff hard steppa ragga vibe along with a touch of soul. Whether it may be in ragga, hip-hop or some dance floor tunes you will hear the vibe on a HumDruma tune. In September of 2002 Satin unleashed the HDR001 as it showed many influences and a very promising record label to come out of Los Angeles, CA.
For more music from Satin, please click the links below:
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May 30, 2017 02:29 PM PDT
Hello all and welcome to episode 306 of The Everday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Ohm Girl and Mat B for your mix for episode 305!
Episode 306 takes Emplate and me to Switzerland for a mix from Simstah!!
Everything about Simstah's mix is patient, calculated, and beautifully pieced together! The mix warms into some jazzy, funky bits, and neatly glides through some heavier tunes, driving neuro tracks, warm amen tunes, deep and heavy techstep business, and precisely rounds off the mix with some neuro and dancefloor!! This mix spans sub genres of dnb and showcases tunes in the mix beautifully!
Simstah's tracks entitled Profondo and Take me Back are two personal favorites of mine, they showcase his eclectic DNB production talents! If you do not have these tracks, pick them up!
Let's meet our selectah for episode 306, Simstah:
Simstah from Bern, Switzerland is one half of Drum&Bass production outfit Konfront.Audio which is featured on a number of international labels such as Flexout, Demand, Fokuz, Syndrome, Soul Deep and Citrus to name a few. Simstah started out Djing at the very early age of ten. After being hooked on Drum&Bass in 1996 he branched out into production in 2008 and is currently working on several different studio projects. Simstahs musical taste encompasses the broad spectrum of Drum&Bass, but he likes to work on the more down-tempo side of things as well. He landed his first solo-release on Structured music in 2015 and has releases on Blendits Audio, Syndrome Audio, T3K Recordings and Ineep Music. Forthcoming releases will be on Blendits Audio and Flight Pattern.
For more music from Simstah, please click the links below:
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1.) Alix Perez - Drifting (1985 Music)
May 15, 2017 01:59 PM PDT
Hello all and welcome to episode 305 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Sweetpea and J:S for the mix for episode 304!
Episode 305 is another first for The Everyday Junglist Podcast. We have never featured a mix from a husband/wife duo, yes, another first for our podcast, pretty remarkable after 305 episodes!!
Ohm Girl and Mat B's mix starts off with a ragga tune, then eases into some rollers, switches into an amen tune, a neuro track and flirts back and forth between heavy bass rollers filthy jump up business, and amens, with barely a moments rest!! This mix gets pretty rowdy, definitely one for the headz!!
Ohm Girl and Mat B call British Columbia, Canada home. Ohm Girl is a member of the mighty DNB Girls coalition,I included a link to the DNB Girls page in the links below! These two also throw events under the name, Sleazy Listening, which you can check out in the links below!
For more music from Ohm Girl and Mat B, please click on the links below:
Enjoy the sounds of Ohm Girl and Mat B!! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
DJ Cautious - Tickle
May 02, 2017 02:18 PM PDT
Hello junglists and welcome to episode 304 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you RMS for your mix for episode 303!
I'm very excited for this one, Sweetpea's mix, featuring J:S for episode 304 is a historical first for The Everyday Junglist Podcast! This marks the first time that Emplate and I have featured a female dj/female mc duo, that's right, in all the 304 episodes!! This is one hell of a mix that showcases the talents of these two ladies!
Sweetpea comes out swinging on this mix, showcasing classic after classic, switching between new and old! This mix is eclectic, showing all of dnb's flavors, with a touch of jungle!! There are amen tunes, heavy bass steppers, rollers, ravey, dancefloor bits, and new jungle tracks! J:S compliments the mix perfectly throughout, with her smooth vocal flow, riding easy over the mix!!
Let's meet the selectah and MC for this mix:
Since 2011, Sweetpea has held her own as the 'Princess of Rude FM' on the 20 year veteran station. Her passion for fresh underground music and love of rolling basslines is heard in all her mixes. Live, Sweetpea feeds off the crowd's energy and loves to drop into dark, minimal sections.
She has stayed true to the music she loves in any crowd she's played to. She's played alongside some of the biggest names in the game at well-loved venues including Electric Brixton, Hidden, Egg, Plan B, Brixton Jamm, Phonox, Lightbox and Fire.
2016 saw Sweetpea gain a residency with the Freenetik Crew in Romania and a release on This girl is a true ambassador for the ladies, the scene and the music she holds dear.
Always a writer and a fan of rhymes, J:S began her singing career featuring on hip hop beats. After studying jazz, her style developed and the confidence to scat and freestyle developed into the singsong verses you hear today. Although always a dnb head, J:S didn't fully move into drums until 2014, when a collab with Al Menos (Innersoul) earned her a spot on the mic at one of the labels infamous events.Since then, J:S has performed at a number of house hold nights and shared a stage with the likes of LSB and Phil Tangent. Her ease in switching between spitting and singing has become a trademark and one that keeps driving her growing reputation.
In July 2016 J:S had her first release with 'Spinning Around which featured on 'The Heartless EP by Mr Joseph (Fizzy). J:S continues to write and record alongside her Performance career, with aims to release more tracks in the future.
J:S has now gained residency with Innersoul and Warm Ears. She has also tied down a monthly show with Sweetpea on RudeFM.
For more music from this duo, please click out the links below and check out their show on Rude FM, Ladies that Bass on the last Friday of every month from 6-8, UK time!
Enjoy the sounds of Sweetpea and J:S!! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
1. Taktix - It's The Way (Serum Remix)
2. D Kay Lee - Tuning VIP
3. Total Science, Spy - Gangsta VIP
4. Dj Fresh - Gatekeeper
5. Digital, Drumsound, Bassline Smith - Bail Out
6. Dom and Roland - Unofficial Jah
7. Bad Company - The Pulse
8. Digital, Spirit - Phantom Force
9. Mark System - Love Dub
10. Badmarsh and Shri - Signs (Calibre Remix)
11. Capone - Massive
12. DJ Hybrid - Mix and Blend VIP
13. Bladerunner - Back To The Jungle
14. Commix - Satellite Type 2
15. Command Strange, Intelligent Manners - The Real Deal
16. Total Science - Feel Me
17. Anile - Exclusion Zone
18. Digital, Outrage - Final Demand (Spy Remix)
19. Foreign Concept - When You're Alone (LSB Remix)
20. Steve SP - Worst Comes To Worst
21. DJ Hybrid - Killing Dem VIP
22. Invadhertz - Burn
23. Fearful, Amoss, Arkaik - Collective Conscience
24. Calibre - Fire and Water
25. Homemade Weapons - Conduit VIPRMS-Exclusive mix-Episode 303
April 10, 2017 01:38 PM PDT
Yo, we are back!! Welcome to the 303rd episode of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Akinsa for the mix we featured of your's for episode 302!!
Episode 303 brings Emplate and I a mix from a talented Canadian dj and producer, RMS! Before we get to the mix, I want to highlight three of RMS's tunes for you to pick up if you have not, Amen By Nature, Gullyman Sound, and Ghetto Messiah, again, get these and add them to your repertoire, also, keep your eyes peeled for forthcoming tracks from RMS on Audio Addict and Hocus Pocus Recordings!!
RMS's mix has a bit of everything, minimal, deep bass tunes, neuro tracks, rollers, rollers, and more rollers, and old school sounding tracks with classic breaks!! RMS described this mix as a story of everything he is digging at the moment, which fits this mix perfectly!!
Now that Iv'e given you an intro on the mix, let's meet the man behind the music, RMS:
Paul Currie aka RMS, Has been in the scene since 98, It was back at his first liquid adrenaline 5 party in Toronto is where he fell into love with the music. After years of perfecting his craft, his hardwork and determination started to pay off. With Releases on Formation Recordings, 36hz, Hocus Pocus UK, Back in the jungle , Deep in the jungle Recordings, Audio Addict, Inner city dance, Liquid Drops, Intaface audio, Rockers 175, , Dubsoul Recordings, Holotype Audio. If you have ever seen him behind the decks you know his passion for the music is evident with the kind of energy he brings to the table, with his precise mixing skills and ability to read the dancefloor and the bottomless bag full of exclusive dubs and promos, you never know what he's got in store.
2017 is proving to be a big year already with numerous heavyweight releases lined up . Expect lot's more this year with forthcoming music on Flex Recordings, LionDub Street Series EP, Hocus Pocus Uk, Marcus Visionaries "Inner city dance", Grindhouse Audio, Audio addict EP, and Deep in the jungle. Also Keep an eye out for a new label called "Dubsoul Recordings" started by RMS .
Currently receiving Uk support from Ray Keith, Doc Scott, Aries, Jungle Citizens, Dj Hybrid, Nicky B, Bassface Sascha, Dawn Raid, Kenny Ken, DJ Storm, Pressure X, Vinyl Junkie, J Bostron, David Boomah, Dj Choppah, Dj Trace, Brian Brainstorm, Marcus Visionary, Digital, L Double and many more.
For more music from RMS, please click the links below:
Enjoy the sounds of RMS!! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
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