Here you go:
Brilliant - thanks and thanks for the other suggestion
Way too much good shit in here. Set Speed samples Cavatine!? Who knew!
The next early Ram represses are on the way week after next. One plate includes first two mixes of Valley of the Shadows. The ‘Long Dark Remix’ is hard to find and my pressing has always seemed quiet, so will be getting that.
Also up is Slip N Slide. Had this as a hacked ringtone for about 15 years, not that anyone ever has ringtones on. That one also has Cool Down/Roll On on it. Hard to think of so much killer on a single EP.
@ectoplasmosis @scott_infinity - remember prior conversation about the super obscure whites.
This one familiar? Brand new to me.
Bad boy record!
On a side note, I've been plunged feet first into the world of UKG vinyl over the last year and a bit having been onto a stream of quality collections from people.
Jungle has been incredibly well catalogued, to the extent that barely anything unknown ever surfaces any more.
UKG however still seems to bring out its surprises, and the hungry collectors are rearing to go spending BIG money on rare records.
I think the culture with jungle was generally to press up 300 records as a minimum, rarely just a hundred. UKG on the other hand there seems to be a lot of test pressing only vinyl where only 10-30 were ever made.
Suffice to say I am enjoying digging deep again and learning about genre I hadn't scratched the surface of previously!
Nice one. Got any particularly choice finds? Is it stuff that isn’t even appearing on Discogs or YouTube?
That’s really interesting, come across anything that is likely to be available to stream anytime soon?
Nice to see this thread thriving, I'll enjoy a good read ASAP.
I noticed a Taylor tune posted from the Producer series - wicked - all I can say is if any of you lot haven't heard Producer 05 by Bukem then go and buy the CD. You are in for a treat. I think it ages better and better as every year goes by.
Always mad to reflect on that these guys were in their teens when they were producing such gems.
Ha, yeah basically what @J0nathan said.
I have found some bits that haven't been catalogued yes! Good stuff too! I've cut down on collecting and it gets flogged on unfortunately. I may regret it one day! I figure it's better in the hands of active deejays than gathering dust in my flat.
Here's a mad one I found last week as an example of what I'm talking about!
Submarine Tune? That’s already selling for fifty quid. I put that in here: https://hearthis.at/theorie/lockeddownintelligence/
All about that vibe at the moment!
Garagevybez98 on YouTube is the best place for rare UKG.
Wicked! Thanks for sharing that. Only listened to a bit of two tracks and can already tell it’s special.
Ah man, the genre keeps on giving, I'm hooked! There's so much to explore from the mid 90s garage house boom as well as the obscure UK garage white label stuff.
Back on track to jungle/dnb though...
I was very happy to stumble across this one last week in the physical format. It blew my tiny mind when I first heard it on Rude FM when it was first put out. They were caining it for months on end. For anyone who's interested, someone is currently broadcasting RudeFm dot com on 88.6 on the London FM dial which is nice!
That youtube channel is so good! Thanks.
Enjoyed that 👍👍👍😊
PFM just upped a load of edits/mixes of four classic tracks for free on bandcamp:
Just been listening to this on Spotify. Decent!
Obsessing over this tune this week. The production is so crisp. The bassline on the drop is just too tough. Got a big consignment on the way including this.
Not come across this one before, mad prices!
Sounds like an early 1993 tune to me.
Must be. Listened to it a few times now and love it.
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