Selecta Cab (France) sent over RCola his Tippa Irie dubplate voicing of “Rebel on the Roots Corner” and said “Do your rub-a-dub ‘ting on this badman!”
Since RCola didn’t have access to Tippa’s original music, he produced his own reggae riddim: Irie Rebel, then remixed that to create his Jungle version of the tune.
Upon completing the work, he sent an mp3 to Tippa, who promptly enlisted RCola to do a remix for his upcoming “Free” EP, and later gave RCola permission to release his “Rebel on the Roots Corner” remixes as a digital single.
Selectah DimDoz (Minsk, Belarus) is back with another killer Drum and Bass mixtape!
The 11th installment of his “Vibe Steppaz” series features massive tunes from some of the biggest names & voices in jungle music including Rebel MC, Marvellous Cain, Zinc, Wayne Marshall, Tippa Irie, Top Cat, Daddy Freddy, Tenor Fly, Navigator MC, Serial Killers, Marcus Visionary, RCola, Aries, Run Tingz Cru and more!
“Out in the streets” – Africa Hitech
“All I do (Smoke Trees)” – DJ Manny
“Bass go boom” – D Cruze
“Reach out” – DJ Zinc
“Connections” – Sken Gee (Marvellous Cain Remix)
“I need your loving” Baby D
“Murderer” – The Skints (Aries & Lenkemz Remix)
“Sun is shining” Aries, Gold, Bevan + Andy Sim – (Roots forthcoming)
”Skeptical” feat. Phizix – Marka (Strategy dub
“Police in helicopter” feat. Million Styles – Frisk
“Dancehall style” feat. Tippa Irie – Marcus Visionary
“Jah army” – Tuffist (Roots forthcoming)
“Kingston 11” feat. Navigator MC and Bass Nacho – RCola
“Sweet sunshine” feat. Top Cat – Run Tingz Cru
“Get ready” feat. Daddy Freddy, Tenor Fly, Nanci Correla, Serial Killaz – Rebel MC
“Streets so warm” feat. Wayne Marshall – Toddla T, Skream (Serial Killerz Remix)
Sasha Khan (East Midlands, UK) is interested in all things Jungle / DnB / Breakbeat, and has been producing electronic music since he first got his hands on a drum machine and 4-track tape recorder.
Sasha Khan’s inspiration for his Symbols EP was drawn from early 90’s Jungle Techno and Hardcore; up-dated with modern Drum and Bass production techniques and Synthesis.
The lead track, “Love Song” is a gentle nod towards “The Lighter” by DJ SS, which sampled 1970’s film “Love Story“‘s theme. “Infinite Possibilities” makes use of a repetitive bass riff and chopped Amen’s; layered with other breaks. Finally, “Questions” was inspired by Derby-based d’nb producer: DJ Theory.
JungleX is proud of the label group releases it distributes and the artists it represents. While 12″ vinyl sales have all-but faded from their previous (and sadly-missed!) glory; the MP3 format continues to slowly expand it’s reach, inspiring ever-growing support from the worldwide Junglist massive!
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