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


Prodigal Son
did a promo mix for this party tomorrow night with Paradox et al. the idea was to take 10 tracks each from 1993, 1994, and 1995 and trace the evolution of UK breakbeat rave from hardcore to jungle to drum n' bass

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01. Bass Selective - Incredible Bass Machine (Remix) (SOUR)
02. Delirium - Days Of Our Lives (2 Bad Mice Remix) (Reinforced)
03. Mixrace - 5 Minute Mission (Moving Shadow)
04. 4 Hero - Students of the Future (Reinforced)
05. Beyond the Future - Feel It (Paradise)
06. The Bombsquad - Freebase (Rugged Vinyl)
07. DJ Kane - Izaac's Story (Story So Far Mix) (Trouble On Vinyl)
08. T Power - Take The Keys (Soapbar)
09. DJ Trace & Ed Rush - Clean Gun (Lucky Spin)
10. Hyper On Experience - Disturbance (Tango Remix) (Moving Shadow)


11. DJ Trace - Inside Information (Lucky Spin)
12. DJ Crystl - King of the Beats (Moving Shadow)
13. Jack Ruby - Global Torrents (Knowledge)
14. System X - Say It (Entity)
15. The Invisible Man - The Bell Tune (Good Looking)
16. 2 Croozin - Code Red (Remix Records)
17. Genetik Engineers - Just Juice (After Dark)
18. Dennis Brown - Jungle Rock (Street Tuff)
19. Ragu & Stalker - Love Comes and Goes (Vinyl Addiction)
20. Tek 9 - Killing Time (Tom & Jerry Remix) (Reinforced)


21. Ninjaman - Jungle Move (Remarc Remix) (Street Tuff)
22. Rampage - Immortal Kombat (Almo Sounds)
23. Stakka & K-Tee - Danger Zone (Ram)
24. DNA - DNA (Full Cycle)
25. Basic Influence - Still Waters (Hardleaders)
26. Mirage - Deep Rage (Odysee)
27. Doc Scott - Far Away (Metalheadz)
28. Shogun - Discovery (Renegade)
29. Photek - The Seven Samurai (Photek)
30. Rob D - Clubbed To Death (Peshay Remix) (Mo'Wax)


Void Dweller

i've always thought this one was a bit enigmatic, cause all the earlier satin storm is much "better" produced. did someone else who was more of an amateur borrow their gear and come up with this? or did they make it really intentionally and want it to sound all out of sync etc.? hope it was the latter.