Manchester’s Charlie B gets real on Deep In The Jungle with what must be his biggest and boldest EP so far.
Get ready for the eighth instalment of ‘Deep In The Jungle Anthems’ with an all-star cast as the label bossman calls in two close allies and super-skilled kindred spirits.
Across four tracks, Crom spits out a diverse mix of beat structures that form a singular purpose: dancefloor readiness.
The next Deep in the Jungle Anthems LP, and since we’re seven deep into this series already, you’ll know just how hard they tend to hit.
Our friend NJOI is back with Potpourricast 39 – a Ragga Jungle & Drum and Bass mixtape with 36 tracks and edits mixed tightly to get you deeper into the jungle.
DJ Hybrid’s Deep In The Jungle label is one of the hottest destinations for first class jungle that exists right now.
Batten down the hatches! Veak returns to Deep In The Jungle with this humungous quintet.
Another heavyweight Deep In The Jungle Recordings release with 50 jungle tracks by Hybrid, Euphonique, Stompz, Criminal Sound, Geekcroft, Imprint, Veak, Stitch and many more.
Another Deep in the Jungle release by ScattyOne with 5 wicked and fresh jungle tracks.
This is Euphonique’s brand new Deep in the Jungle release with 5 jungle/dubwize tracks.
With upwards of 20 releases this year, it’s been a crazy busy 2018 for rising new-gen breaksmith Conrad Subs.
Veak explodes out of the blocks with this release, a six-tracker of heavy-weight jungle-influenced music that simply doesn’t mess around.
Brand new Deep in the Jungle Release – six tunes by Kumarachi & Sl8r, Hybrid, Euphonique & Kelvin 373, Veak, Epicentre and Duburban.
Yorkshire’s Galvatron returns to DJ Hybrid’s Deep In The Jungle with his most generous EP in a long time.
Hybrid’s Deep In The Jungle crew dust off their best breaks for a second bout in their authentic roller battle.
20 bass shaking remixes by well known jungle producers like L.A.B., Hybrid, Cautious, RMS, Brian Brainstorm, Soundshifter…
If you’re not shouting ‘EPICENTRE YOU BADMAN’ at the top of your lungs when the bulbous fatman bassline on “Fresh” drops then we suspect your soul might be damaged beyond repair.
This is a new 80 minutes jungle/dubwize mix by DJ #9 with a massive tracklist.