New Jungle?

sam the dnb man

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Is anyone producing jungle anymore?
i miss it we need more jungle..intelligent amen breaks were the way foreward and still should be

have all the old jungle artists gone to hardcore now?
 

Dustek

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Learn some history kid. 80% of the 'old jungle artists' are making dnb, starting with Alladin (Aphrodite) and ending on T-Power.

The rest are making leftfield stuff (4hero, A Guy Called Gerald).

As far as amens are concerned - ragga-jungle.com. Plenty of amens being used but mostly by German and North American producers. Breakcore and raggacore are offshoots of dnb/jungle. However once you've heard your thousandth tweaked amen break, you do get sick of it.
 

sam the dnb man

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theres a few ppl making jungle at dubstep tempo. sounds like a shit idea if u ask me but it actually works quite well.
i sliced an amen break up put it at a dubstep tempo
n added wobbly bass n samples synths ect. on my myspace the tunes called busstep have a look....it was hard to get the shuffly sound cos the original sample was at like 174 bpm n i had to slow it down
 

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Theres loads about mate you just need to look abit harder, dig abit deeper. Atlantic Connection - Alliance Amen, Furneys tune on the flip of bukems latest release & he also has a quality amen tune on cia deepkut. Breakages earlier releases use alot of amens such as Staggered Dub.
Hope that helps mate. (y)
 
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