As an utter jungle fiend of many years, the only problem I have with jungle these days is that I've heard almost all of it.
It's such a phenomenally well categorised genre, I'd say that there is very little to be dredged up from lofts and hard drives that hasn't done so already.
UKG on the other hand continues to offer surprise after surprise, with a considerable amount of unreleased DAT and dubplate material and forgotten short run test presses still constantly appearing.
Anyway, still love it of course, it's just hard to get that initial high without hearing something I've never listened to before. I find myself nerding out over CD's where not all the tracks were put out on the LP due to lack of room...
ANYWAY some stuff to check out - Big up BIZZY B the grandmaster of all jungle, GOLDSEAL Records and all the subsidiary labels from North London = hugely under the radar and totally fantastic, Sky Joose, Lennie D Ice / Do Or Die, MC Duke / Hard Disk, blow your mind with the X. T. C. EP which was made by some guys from Peckham, any early Dillinja, 93-95 Ibiza releases and Potential Bad Boy in general, Mark Caro, Black Cat Premier Crew, Dub Rush, Strictly Underground, Sub Assertive Sounds, Dread I Knight, Vibe Alive / Lewi, Kemet, Da Maytrix, Jay Parkes and Tone E G, Love Dove Jay, Calculus, Rogue Recordings, Law and Auder, Wicked Soundz / Mendoza, Mystical / Stooge, Rough Tone, A Guy Called Gerald, Goops, Hyper Records, Lloydie Crucial, One Touch Recordings, Bear Necessities.