Hardcore/Darkcore/Jungle with the "sickest, most insane sonics"


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kodwo eshun was good at stressing how what you are hearing is impossible.


Prodigal Son

I did a mix of '93 stuff which is very appropriate to this thread


01. Confussion - Music Is Da Weapon (Liqid Wax)
02. The Beat Mash Crew - Favourite Cuts (Dance Bass)
03. DJ Junk - Junk 006 (Side A1) (Junk)
04. Fourth Wonderland - Infection (After Dark)
05. Tango & Ratty - The Killer (Tango & Ratty)
06. Thunderhead - Lost In Time (Thunderhead)
07. Foul Play - Open Your Mind (Tango Remix) (Moving Shadow)
08. Tom & Jerry - Cat Got Your Tongue (Tom & Jerry)
09. DJ Slam - Looking To The Light (Fantazia)
10. Manix - Heading To The Light (Mark Mac Remix) (Reinforced)
11. Krome & Time - Final Destination (Suburban Base)
12. Nut-E-1 - Underwater Fireworks (Bear Necessities)
13. Dr S Gachet - EXDK (Remix) (Labello Blanco)
14. Jack n' Phil - Tek Trak (Basement)
15. Bounty Killaz - Brighter Future (Creative Wax)
16. Tango & Fallout - Further Intrigue (Side B) (Tango & Fallout)
17. Electronic Experienced - No. 303 (Basement)
18. Fire Fly - Blow Your Mind (Paradise)
19. Jim Polo & Neil Vass - Energy (2 Sinister Remix) (Dark Horse)
20. Ramos & Vinylgroover - The Beast (Shadow) (Hectic)
21. Citadel Of Kaos - Warped (Boombastic Plastic)
22. DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer - In Effect (Dark Dub) (Slammin' Vinyl)
23. Hardware - The Night Stalker (DJ SS Remix) (Face)
24. DJ Trace & Ed Rush - Don Bad Man (Lucky Spin)
25. Peshay - Dreams (Reinforced)
26. The Invisible Man - Twisted (Sublogic)
27. Jim Polo & Neil Vass - Underground Feeling (Pascal & Sponge Remix Part 1) (Lucky Spin)
28. Ruff n' Tumble Crew - People Of The Universe (Brain Progression)
29. Jim Polo - The Night Rider Pt. 1 (Dark Horse)
30. Aurora - Firing To The Core (Homegrown)
31. Bizzy B - M.C. Mentazm (White House)
32. Vibes & Wishdokta - Obsession (The Only Remix Because Music's So Wonderful) (Asylum)
33. Elevation - Take Your Mind (Ram)
34. Tom & Jerry - Papillon Love Song (Tom & Jerry)
35. DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer - Question Mark Vol. 1 (Question Mark)


Beast of Burden
Very underrated, I've always thought. Would never have considered losing/selling my copy of this. The Tango flipside is a monster too.


Prodigal Son
that whole Two On One series had some really outstanding releases

this one from Nookie under his Cloud 9 alias was a particularly choice bit of emotive atmospheric jungle, with a nice 4/4 kick running underneath. jungle techno for lovers?



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always found 2 in 1 slightly disappointing, with a few exceptions (like the 2 Bad Mice track)

seemed like such a good idea - producers let off their leashes, allowed to experiment - but in fact Moving Shadow's regular releases in '94 were actually more mind-blowing, whether it was Blame + Justice "Anthemia" b/w "Essence" or "Dread Bass"

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Disclaimer: yes this is one of my compositions - take it as you find it.

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Claimer: I'm pretty certain this'll be the most fucked-up thing you'll hear today.