The early 2000s in Ibiza is the clubbing era British ravers want to revisit most, according to a new poll.
Juke Bounce Werk has issued an open call for submissions to the label's forthcoming compilation, 'JBDUBZ Vol. 9'.
The Los Angeles-based imprint is inviting new talent and established artists, both known and unknown to the crew, to send in footwork, juke, and jungle-oriented music for consideration. All submissions must be received by 1st October 2021 at the following email address, using the subject header 'JBDUBZ9': firstname.lastname@example.org
'JUNGLIST', the first novel written about the London jungle scene of the early 1990s, is coming back into print for the first time in more than 20 years. Re published by Repeater Books, copies will land on shelves again on 10th August.
Written by Eddie Otchere and Andrew Green — who used the respective aliases James T. Kirk and Two Fingas — the plot hones in on a group of young Black British men on a lost weekend raving in the UK capital.
Bradford's National Science and Media Museum has confirmed plans for two sound-focused exhibitions kicking off later this week, and one of them will include a look at drum & bass and jungle music.
Xilhu Ayebaitari will launch a new stream series this month, platforming Black & POC LGBTQ+ jungle and d&b artists.
Titled Queer Rave, the series is a community-based project which aims to celebrate queer, female and genderqueer Drum & Bass DJs. The first artists set to take part in the series will be announced on Friday 9th July.
London's legendary De Underground record store has received a heritage plaque for contributions to 'UK hardcore, jungle and drum & bass music'. The signs, in this case issued by London Borough of Newham Heritage Project, are used to identify sites of cultural importance across Britain.