The Everyday Junglist Podcast with Jawa and Emplate
Animate-Exclusive Mix-Episode 332
August 14, 2018 01:04 PM PDT
Hello all out there and welcome to episode 332 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Redline for your mix that we featured for episode 331!
Episode 332 brings us a mix from the boss man at Beat Spectrum, Animate!
Beat Spectrum is an Australian based, drum and bass label that continuously churns out quality music! Add some Beat Spectrum tunes to your arsenal!
Animate's mix is a firing combination of rollers, as he describes of some of his favorites over the past few years! The track list attests to this with some big tunes in the mix, neatly pieced together into a vibe that will have you rewinding it again and again!
Let's meet Animate, our selectah for episode 332:
Exposed to dance music from an early age, the pioneering sounds of Leftfield, Orbital, The Chemical Brothers & The Prodigy were just a few of the many inspirational acts that helped Animate develop his passion for electronic music. Growing up on the outskirts of London, Animate was a mere child when Drum & Bass music took itself earliest forms. Upon hearing the mixes of LTJ Bukem, Goldie & Omni Trio, Animate began his love affair with the genre, as listening to & studying these key figureheads help to shape him into the DJ he is today.
Once adulthood took course, Animate made the most of his time in nightclubs by studying the craft of mixing, but it wasn't until his early 20s that he began to take the art form on himself. Now located in Melbourne, Animate decided to take further steps in his music career by launching his own Drum & Bass imprint: Beat Spectrum. Moving strength to strength in just its first year in business, Beat Spectrum has over 30 releases from a stable of gifted artists including Twintone, Victim, Skarpa, & Blastikz.
Juggling various interests, Animate has also made time to immerse himself as a key member of The Tech Collective. A crew of like-minded Junglists, Melbourne-based The Tech Collective have been busy throwing events the past few years, featuring the likes of AMIT, A.M.C., Amoss, Cern, & many more.
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1. Arkaik - My Love [Flexout Audio]
July 31, 2018 04:37 AM PDT
Welcome back everyone, let's get into episode 331 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Brandy Violet for your mix that we featured for episode 330!
For episode 331, we feature a mix from Redline!
Before we get to the mix, I would like to highlight some tracks from Redline that I would think all of you should have: Dance Off, Ere Dis, and God Bless, trust me, I could choose more, but this will give you a good start with this man's body of work!
Redline's mix is a surgical and wicked display of quicking mixing, featuring his own tunes, classic jungle tracks, classic dnb rollers, amens, etc, this mix runs the gamut and is so HYPE, don't trust me, check out the track list!!
Let's met our selektah, badmon, Redline:
Having been into Jungle / Drum & Bass from a young age at school after hearing tracks such as Shy FX, Original Nutta, Omni Trio, Renegade Snares and LTJ Bukem, Horizons it didn't take long for Redline to start hitting some big raves back in 97/98.
He went to places like Sanctuary and Bagley's to nights like Helter Skelter, One Nation, United Dance, and Slammin Vinyl, it was here that he got a propa taste for the music.
Around 99/2000, he got his first set of decks and learned how to dj, he played various nights in and around Bedfordshire and London.
In 2013/14 he starting messing around with production and in 2014/15, he signed his first tracks. He has gone on to sign tracks for labels such as Kevlar, Original Breed, Evolution Records, Distjointed Textures, Dutty Bass Audio, and DJ Hybrid's Deep In The Jungle.
With loads of stuff in the pipeline and releases forthcoming, he is definitely one to keep an eye on.
For more music from Redline, please click the links below and tune into Dose Radio every other Wednesday from 5-7 pm, uk time, to hear him dj!
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Shy Fx - Original Nutta
July 15, 2018 04:20 AM PDT
Good morning to you all and welcome to episode 330 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!
Thank you Genotype for your mix that we featured for episode 329!
Episode 330 brings us a mix that highlights Vol 2 of our Stateside Series. We are happy to feature Brandy Violet, representing Arizona!
Brandy comes out swinging with this mix, featuring some heavy, upfront rollers, the mix takes a very brief respite and snaps back with some amen bizness! Her mix then goes back and forth between smooth and techy rollers, before culminating with some very RUDE and deadly amen killers!! This mix has great track selection and flavor, weaved together into a wicked, wicked vibe!!
Let's meet our Stateside Series selecktah, Brandy Violet:
Collective Intelligence / Desert Eaglez
Hailing from Phoenix, AZ, Brandy Violet has been repping the Arizona Drum and Bass scene for the past 8 years. Brandy started making a name for herself about 7 years ago when she held down a residency in Phoenix, AZ. Since then she has spun alongside renowned selectors including with Aphrodite, DJ Bailey, Klute, A-Sides, Ak1200, DJ Sage, Danny the Wildchild, S-Doobie, DJ Contrast, and Phantom 45. She has also done guest mixes for Voice FM (UK), DnB Girls, Vast Parlor on Junglist Radio and The Best Drum and Bass Podcast.
She is known for her unrelenting and upfront style on the ones and twos. Dropping some of the heaviest Jungle and DnB around, her sets focus more on the dark, underground sounds of DnB that are sure to get ya head knocking!
For more music from Brandy Violet and her crew, please click the links below:
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Casey Jones -Lights Out
June 29, 2018 07:15 AM PDT
Summer is here, bring on the sunshine and vibes, welcome to episode 329 of The Everyday Junglist Podcast!!
Thank you Jem One for the mix we featured for episode 328!
Episode 329 brings us a mix from a legend in the game, Genotype, aka Just Jungle for the older headz!
Before we get to the mix, Genotype has a newly release LP that I think all of you should pick up, entitled More Fire! I want to highlight 3 tracks from the LP that caught my ears: More Fire, Gyal Tune, which comes courtesy of his Just Jungle moniker, and Roadman! Wicked LP this one is!
Genotype's mix starts off with some rollers, both smooth and upfront, easing you into the mix! The mix then moves into some crispy amen bizness, switching back to some smooth and old school influenced rollers, keeping that massive vibe! Rollers and another wicked amen track dominate the last half of the mix, all of the tracks in this mix come courtesy of Genotype and his various monikers, Just Jungle, and Jus Dubz! Big tunes in this one!
Let's meet our dj for episode 329, Genotype:
Justin Richardson is a London based DJ/Producer. His talent has never stayed unnoticed. The ideas which seem so simple but work so well make the other producers wonder.
Justin produces tunes in many genres so he is an all-rounder when it comes to music. His moods determine what sound he will put towards the beats.
This talented musician has proven through achievements that anything is possible with consistent application. Throughout the time he has produced under following aliases: Genotype, Just Jungle, Mastermind, J.D.R, Jus Dubz, Craftsman, and World Collective.
Justin is currently running 5 different Labels. Each Label their own different sound and even genre. 'G-Lab Recordings' is more harder Drum and Bass orientated. 'Just Dubz Recordings' is more of a Dub/Reggae sound. Deeper Sessions is more meditation style Drum and Bass with still the deadly elements. More experimentation of sounds. 'J D R Recordings' is a Techno, House Label. 'World Collective' is a label that deals with world music. It is a interesting project for him as he loves to try something new all the time. He has proven to do so many styles of music but yet to find more. The Journey Continues..........
He is also an outstanding Steeldrums performer with 25 years of history, performing at all the prime events such as Notting Hill Carnival, UK National Steelbands Panorama Competition, Trinidad Steelbands Panorama Competition plus all over the UK and Europe.
In 1994, during one of his college performances he was spotted by Clayton Hines (A&R for Trouble On Vinyl Records and Renegade/Hardware Recordings) who signed him to his label. Justin’s first release was ‘Gold EP’ and that was also licensed to the German company, SPV.
His second release, ‘Sky’, was a track that got played by almost every DJ in the London drum and bass circuit. MCA, Acid Jazz, Sony Japan and Production House also licensed this track. Since then Justin has developed in leaps and bounds in the world of drum and bass.
He has produced for numerous big labels like Exit Records, Cylon Recordings, Renegade Hardware, Renegade Recordings, Moving Shadow, Audio Couture, L plates, Pennyblack Recordings, Phat Traxs, Reinforced Records, Slow Motion, Fashion, Social Circles, Sony, Broken Audio Recordings, Offkey and Voodoo.
For more music from Genotype, Just Jungle and his other monikers, please click on the links below:
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1. Genotype - Grenfell 1 Year On
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:
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