jungle remixes of non-jungle artists

tyranny

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Dillinja remix of David Bowie's Fun that was exclusive to the Bowie fanclub, who were probably the people who wanted it the absolute least.

 

blissblogger

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Goldie was a huge fan of Pat Metheny.

I remember him also going on about Yellowjackets, this pretty obscure fusion group. He seemed to have some kind of spiritual experience listening to them while in Miami.

 

catalog

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But this is brilliant


That thumbnail though. I remember my friends bought this for me for my birthday at uni cos I liked dillinja so much but even they were a bit embarrassed by the cover. I remember my best mate in particular saying dillinja had been at the pies
 

catalog

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Is it possible that certain people don't understand dillinja cos they never saw him play live? As in, I've got some of the records, on vinyl, not angels fell, but I've got some test ones, and they're good, but live dillinja was really something else. Like what I mean is, it's a case of the produced version you hear on a cd of YouTube video, it's just not the same as the very strong low end when played out live.

Is that possible or impossible? That one could actually be very different from the other?
 

catalog

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Yes he probably was in that he was cleverer anc not just about ramming it hard but what about two techniques remix by dillinja.


Where there's this big gap and then just essentially what now would be called a sample pack. Used to love that.

They loved one another truly.

God I wish I had a spillf.

Anyway finish your top 200 crowls
 

thirdform

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the thing with golden era Dillinja is that it is essentially ultra stripped back jungle. Jungle with a mathematical logic. Which is precisely why anti-clever UKIP extraordinaire Luke hates it.
 

catalog

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i saw dillinja play at fabric on the opening night, this one

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and i remember grooverider coming on the mic to tell everyone to go and catch dillinja and it really was something special. i was on these really strong pink champagne pills and had come up in the 2 hour queue to get in.
 

Corpsey

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Infamous Dillinja related dissensus post
A dancefloor moment i'll never forget was standing under the balcony at Nottingham Rock City with my good pal dizasta jumping around like a madman to this being played through the Valve soundsystem. I'd done at minimum 3 pills and the entire balcony was vibrating like we were in an earthquake.


It was truly the stuff Paradise Garage dreams were made of.
 

catalog

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the tune i remember him playing and lengthening out the drop of loads on that night was that renegade terrorist one, another which doesn't really ever sound right off a youtube


life transforming moments
 
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