Origin Unknown talked about 31 Seconds… Doc Scott named his label 31 records… So we’ve picked out 31 cloudcasts full of old school drum and bass goodness for you to get all hype about.
Feast your ears on these ace mixes, either from legends of the scene, stellar mixes of classic tunes from the d*b golden age, or interviews with some of the scene’s main players.. We’ve got them right here.
The legendary MC is celebrated in this documentary by Audio Compound. The most listened to show to date on Uncle Dugs’ RCFF Rinse FM weekly throwdown.
A classics mix from this classic DJ.
Back in the day mix from the doyen of D&B.
You can’t have one without the other right? An old skool mix up from DJ Fabio.
A dark dirty mix of the duo’s finest moments.
“To hot to handle, too cold to hold” was the cry back in the day. A recent mix from one of the best in the business.
First in the series of rolling vinyl only mixes…. Starting with Tom + Jerry, ending with Usual Suspects…
Reinforced Records’ Dego and Marc Mac live on Radio 1.
One of our favourite DJs, interviews one of our favourite artists on one of our favourite stations. Rewind!
Black Butter artist Rack ‘n’ Ruin going in on the classics.
One of THE original DJ’s, and co-owner back in the day (with Brian G) of the seminal V Recordings label.
So we had to put in a mix of Brian G too, right? This was an exclusive mix for Carnival 2009, aired on the Benji B show for the BBC.
“Raw like Reservoir Dogs” – DJ BMK takes it back to the ragga jungle days…
Shy FX, accompanied by London’s finest mic men take apart Bagleys at the turn of the century.
Ram Records top man goes head to head with Randall at Jungle Mania’s birthday. Eyes down, lighters up…
Hype & Zinc – two thirds of the original Tru Playaz crew go back to back.
165 classics in an hour? Really? Oh go on then….
1xtra’s D&B specialist at work on a JUUUNGLIST tip.
Hype! Hype! Hype! Tru Playaz boss gets busy for Jungle Mania.
Hyperdub main man indulges his love for jungle “mostly from ’94-’96”. Proper heritage business.
Few labels have such an amazing back catalogue as Goldie’s Metalheadz. You need this mix.
Wax Doctor, Alex Reece, Peshay, Roni Size (pictured), and more right here.
LTJ Bukem, alongside the ever present MC Conrad, looking good.
From a collection of cassettes Blu Marten recently found of “a whole bunch of mixes I did between 1992 and 1997”.. There’s more where this great mix came from…
This week Slipmatt goes 93 Hardcore for the first 30 mins, Kenny Ken mixes Liquid D&B in to Jump Up for an hour and Slipmatt finishes off with a 1990/91 selection of early rave and bleeps…
The legendary label’s finest moments.
A celebration set from the day this South London label became a man.
A quality mix from what was a brilliant DJ partnership,
Heavyweight history lessons from Metalheadz Cable sessions.
The full set taken from Bailey & A Sides old skool session in Sardinia. Goldie contributing with the rewinds.
2004 session starting with Top Cat, and gets progressively more crazy. Heavy vibrations.