The Everyday Junglist Podcast with Jawa and Emplate
Jem One-Exclusive mix-Episode 328
June 15, 2018 03:35 AM PDT
Hello all of you out there, the weekend is upon us and so is the latest installment of The Everyday Junglist Podcast! Step inside episode 328 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
Thank you Y.L.S. for your mix that we featured for episode 327!
Episode 328 brings us a mix from an artist who Iv'e been a fan of since his early days releasing tunes on 36 Hertz, Jem One!
Before we get to Jem's mix, I am going to highlight three of my favorite Jem One tracks: AWOL, Biology, and Terminator X, I could go on, but I think these three tunes in particular you should all have in your arsenal!
Jem's mix starts with some deep, dark rollers and a wicked remix of the Jonny L classic Piper. The deep, dark rollers give way to a clean, uplifting amen tune! The mix slides back into deep rollers, dark rollers, and some hard hitting, upfront tunes, the last track is wrapped in a filthy amen! Jem's mix was a masterpiece with massive tunes that were patiently stitched together with surgical precision!
Let's meet our selektah for episode 328, Jem One:
Jem One started his journey into the Drum and Bass scene during 2007 with his distinctive atmospheric old school sound of sub bass and stepping breaks.
Top labels and DJ’s of the scene quickly realised Jem was one to watch, and his music was signed to many of the major labels including 36 Hertz Recordings, Intasound, Mac 2, Deep kut and Vampire Records among others.
Jem One’s music has been featured on a host of top compilation CD’s including Andy Cs Nightlife 4 mix series, and Goldie’s Watch The Ride compilation.
With regular airplay on BBC Radio 1 and regular support from the likes of Goldie, Grooverider, Fabio, Randall, Flight, DJ Vapour, DJ Marky, Digital, Andy C and DJ Friction, Stretch, Monita, Ricky Force Double 0 and many more.
Jem’s track “ Metal Voice” was voted tune of the year in 2008 by DJ Bailey in a magazine poll.
After a break of a few years, Jem-One is now firmly establishing himself within the deeper darker underground jungle scene. With a number of new signings to prolific labels such as AKO beatz, Skeleton, Repertoire, Holotype, 117, and his debut ep on Metalheadz Methxx to be announced in the near future.
For more music from Jem One, please click the link below and give this page a like:
Enjoy the sounds of Jem One! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!Y.L.S.-Exclusive mix-Episode 327
May 31, 2018 01:55 PM PDT
We are back to deliver you some listening pleasure for your upcoming weekend! Welcome to episode 327 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Mantra for your mix that we featured for episode 327!
Our latest mix comes to us from Y.L.S., who resides in Portugal and who reps Skalator Music!
Y.L.S.'s mix features rollers, deep, heavy rollers, techy rollers, neurofunk tracks, a little bit of halftime, and a couple of tracks at the end of the mix that are straight up destroyers!! This mix has great track selection and flawless mixing!
Let's meet our dj, who is reppin Skalator Music, Y.L.S.:
With more than 17 years behind the decks, Y.L.S. is one of the most prolific DJ’s in the portuguese bass music scene. Label manager at Skalator Music, and an active contributor with the Mais Baixo Crew in Lisbon. YLS is a project that explores new fusions of styles within "bass music", always with a dancefloor grip in mind, whatever the parties he's performing.This led, over the years to act throughout Portugal, with some excursions in Poland, Italy, Germany and USA, sharing the DJ booth with the best producers and DJs of the drum n' bass scene D Bridge, Spectrasoul, Icicle, Break, Instra: Mental, Rockwell, The Upbeats, Spor, J Magik, SKC, Sabre, Survival, Trei, Temper D, Borgore, Cookie Monsta to name a few.
The label Skalator Music has been home for some inspiring productions from artists like Neurotoxin, Riot, Groves, MPathy, Skalator, Al, Broken Sight; with 2018 promising a few more slick releases. Watch this space!
For more music from Y.L.S. and Skalator Music, please click on the links below:
Enjoy the sounds of Y.L.S.!! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
1- Groves - Clinik - Skalator Music
May 25, 2018 05:08 PM PDT
Good evening everyone, hope most of you are looking forward to enjoying the Holiday weekend! We have some thing for your ears to ease you into this weekend, welcome to episode 326 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
Thank you Midway and Dj Choppah for your mixes that we featured for episode 325!
Episode 326 brings us a mix from the mighty Mantra, representing Rupture!
Before we get to the mix, I would like to detail some of my favorite tracks from Mantra that I think all of you should pick up: Powder of Life, Nocturne, and The Hollow, which is a collab with Drum Cypha!
Mantra's mix starts deep, dark and moody, drawing you in, before unleashing with a crisp amen tune. The energy builds with each new tune! The mix rolls out with some upfront tracks with filthy basslines and breaks that belie their incoming onslaught when they drop! The refrain of the mix is a combination of beautifully constructed amens with dreamy atmospheric layers, heavyweight, hard hitters, and bits with some wicked breaks. The mix concludes with a melodic, amen track! The mix is AMAZING!!
Let's meet our selectah for episode 326, Mantra:
Representing real drum and bass at it’s finest, Mantra’s deep and emotive sound in the mix comes from an intense passion for the music. With a selection that’s both inspirational as well as educational, her sets bring the beats into balance and cross the spectrum of dark and uplifting styles. Much more than just a DJ, Mantra has already made an impact across the drum and bass scene and looks set to keep rolling strong.
For more music from Mantra and Rupture LDN, please click the links below:
Enjoy the sounds of Mantra! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
Shiken Hanzo - Kunai - Samurai
May 01, 2018 05:58 PM PDT
May is here and so is episode 325 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast, let's goooo!!!
Thank you Pete Shredz for your mix that we featured for episode 324!
Episode 325 brings us not one, but two mixes, featuring mix 1 on the front end, from Midway, and mix 2 featuring Dj Choppah! Both of these dj's representing Midway Productions!
These two mixes are on point and bring some serious heat, showcasing deep bass rollers, tracks with growling basslines, old school influenced rollers, remixes of classic tracks, and tunes from Midway himself! These two dj's went in on these mixes!!
Let's meet our two, that's right, two selectah's for episode 325, Midway and Dj Choppah:
Sometime around early 1994, I was on a family holiday in Cornwall. About to embark on the painfully long drive back home and filling up with snacks at
I bought myself a set of Technics 1210s with an old Numark mixer and started collecting vinyl locally, which progressed to regular weekly trips to Blackmarket Records
I've always mixed full spectrum sets and thats pretty much where the name Midway came from..
I got myself a weekly radio show on a local station (ManicFM.com) based in St Albans, I did my show here for 2-3 years and made some wicked connections, some
In 2010 roughly I started producing my own music and building up a studio etc, this has carried on until today and the journey has been long and eventful. I had 2
In Novemeber 2015 after some advice from some established artists and DJs I decided to fulfill one of my life long dreams and start up my own label
Since our first release dec 2015 the label has seen releases from artists all over the spectrum and to comemorate our 2nd year running we released a massive 17 track remix LP featuring a wicked collective of artists.
A jungle drum n bass dj from north west london.
Choppah has a weekly show on KOOLLONDON every Wednesday from 5 till 7pm.
Also watch out for releases from Choppah on YARDROCK and ASBO REC.
For more music from Midway Productions, please click the links below:
Enjoy the sounds of Midway and Dj Choppah!! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
MIDWAY EDJ PODCAST TRACKLIST:
1./ Lion UK - - Hazardous Musik
DJ Choppah- Track list:
April 15, 2018 02:55 PM PDT
Hello everybody and welcome to episode 324 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
Thank you Dioptrics for your mix that we featured for episode 323!
The mix we received and are featuring for episode 324, comes to us from Pete Shredz, who represents the Canadian capital of Ottawa!
Pete's mix is rowdy right out of the gate, showcasing deep bass rollers, upfront rollers with Mc's, amen tunes, and the Die, classic, Something Special! Pete put together a BIG mix for this one!
Let's meet the mighty Pete Shredz:
Pushing the sounds of Jungle/Drum & Bass in and out of Canada’s Capital Pete
For more music from Pete, please click the links below:
Enjoy the sounds of Pete Shredz! The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
1- Coppa-Pirate Beats (feat Saxxon)
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