JUNGLIST MASSIVE: VOL. 2

This weeks Junglist Massive brings you an exciting combination of traditional grime along with some fluid liquid. These new releases are from big players in the scene, showcasing the future of jungle and drum and bass. DJ Fresh’s featured EP Future Jungle explores the boundaries of progressive jungle resulting in an explosive EP. Gemini returns to the drum and bass scene with a couple glamorous liquid DnB choones. DJ Hazard dropped two phatt tracks this week, providing for a lot of the heavy grime on this week’s Junglist Massive. Brookes Brothers and Grafix dropped light attractive tracks that I love, “Beautiful” (wow) and “Hold On”, and both have had huge success. I also recommend listening to Donnie Dubson “Grey Jeans”, it’s definitely a song and artist that merit further exploration. As we can see from the quality of the content the scene is booming and providing for everyone, so the morale of this story is… stay tuned and PLAY LOUD.   Sub Zero – Brighter Days Brookes Brothers – Beautiful Grafix – Holding On Gemini – Destiny DJ Hazard – Proteus DJ Fresh – Arkanoid DJ Fresh – Gatekeeper
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