Description : dark drum n bass with some jungle. i try to keep things scary always. tempo is up. beats are pumping.
Description : Welcome to the Jungle. Just various percussions blended together with an intermittent beat that fills in and fills out. A lot of them are congo slaps with other assorted percussion accompanies. Check out towards the end where I briefly have them all running at the same time (scope is louder). To my own surprise it actually sounds pretty good, but I guess it's an acquired taste.
Description : Maybe abit ole sch afro beat
Description : ddubby jungle
Dub Guild Call to Arms.........
Description : Another drumNbass/jungle track. pretty fast paced. let me know what you think
Description : Total high speed drumnbass/jungle. scary tones and pulsating sounds.
Description : Here's something a little different for your ears. Industrial Jungle Rock Meets Soul. Is it love at first beat? Or should they break up? You Decide.
Aural-E, Chicago Fire, Electro-World Percussion, MetaRock Visions, Jungle Groove, with mods and variations.
Description : Ice cream,jungle and dance fever.
Description : the jungle god has spoken,she speaks of love throughout the track and words of wisdom.listen to her passion who people and love for you.
Description : I started this song in a chillout mood but then took a turn to a jungle latin american culture that made me feel like a vibe of spirits and passion entering my ears, i hope you get your own vibe in this one please enjoy.
Description : jungle-farzad key from iran
Description : This certainly is an odd one. To be quite honest, it's hard to get any specific feel from it. Beware, there is no fade in, and the music kicks in immediately. It seems like a good length for an intro.
Description : Made this track because of two threads on the forum
So thanks to MXYD and PeteJonTebar!
Guitar by Megapaul
Description : one moe experiment... but this time with a loop made by danke ...
Description : Fusion between trash metal and jungle, a song about the ultimate wrath.
Voices : Patricia Edwards and K19.
Guitar loops : Dead Stringer and highfive.
Drum loops : sn76, Niclas199, DannyStyles and alividlife.
Description : First version of my new track for my first upload !
Other tracks are coming soon !
I'd really love feedback.
Description : JUMP UP, SOMETHING QUICK I MADE SO NOT MASTERED. ODB JOE BANANAS LYRICS OVER THE TOP (SHIMMY SHIMMY YAA)MASSIVE BASSLINES AND JUNGLE/JUMP UP.
Description : Still working on it but here is what ive done so far ,im working off cans so please forgive any sound quality boo boos! .Thanks to Cali619vapour Drclemmons Blueskies and Psychotropiccircle.
Description : Download and leave some feedback
Description : Drum & Bass Jungle Track Part 2
To Amen To That
Let Me Know What You Think!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Description : uses a minor2go sample for the drums, not sure which one
experimental jungle acid shts
Description : this is one of my own produced songs.
please leave a comment and i hope you like it.
Description : Old School Dnb remixed with a jungle step. Basslines -Massive, Drum parts- Vengeance packs and BRD pack. WORK IN PROGRESS. Comments & feedback welcome
Description : cross-over punk rock/jungle performed with my MC-909
Description : This track is heavily inspired by the the French noir movie Le Samourai (1967, Jean-Pierre Melville) starring Alain Delon as a lone wolf gun for hire in Paris. I wanted a melancholic, moody, big city-ambience, referring tot the solitude of the main character in the film. I could not get the track right untill I found the saxophone-solo's by Italian jazzplayer Sandro Marinoni who gave me permission to embed his fenomenal melodies in a rythmic, multi-layered structure. I am very grateful to Sandro and I expect to collaborate more often with him in 2013. The voice you hear in the beginning of the track is Alain Delon, citing (in an interview for French televison at the time of the premiere) the Book of Bushido, the code of honor for the Samourai. The English translation is: There is no greater solitude than that of the samourai unless it is that of the tiger in the jungle... Perhaps.