Want some Jungle Music? Here’s our Jungle Mixes


Jungle Music? Here’s our Jungle Mixes: A blog around jungle music, mix tapes and mixtapes.

Want some Jungle Music? Here’s our Jungle Mixes: A blog around jungle music, mix tapes and mixtapes.

Jungle Music? Here’s our Jungle Mixes: A blog around jungle music, mix tapes and mixtapes.

Want some Jungle Music? Here’s our Jungle Mixes: A blog around jungle music, mix tapes and mixtapes.

Want some Jungle Music? Here’s our Jungle Mixes: A blog around jungle music, mix tapes and mixtapes.

We are all about the old school jungle music and we have a lot of jungle mixes to share with you. We have collected the best old school jungle music for you here. Relax and enjoy the old-school drum & bass rhythms mixed by DJ’s from all over the world!

If you are searching for a specific jungle mix here, use the CTRL+F functions to shorten your search time!

Want some Jungle Music? Here’s our Jungle Mixes: A blog around jungle music, mix tapes and mixtapes.

Find latest new jungle music and best jungle music compilations at Jungle Mixes. We are dedicated to share the best mixes created by talented Dj’s from across the globe.

We have classified all the jungle music mixes into two categories: Old School Jungle Mixes and New School Jungle Mixes. The first one will attempt to keep alive the golden era of this genre, back in the 90’s, when it was still called drum’n bass. The second category is about these years’ stuff and we’ll try not to include any “old-fashion” tune.

You’ll find all kinds of mixes from the most popular DJ’s like Fabio, Grooverider, Randall, Bailey, Shy FX, Hype or Kenny Ken among many others. There’s also a feature where you can listen to radio shows like Radio 1 Essential Mix or One In The Jungle where you can discover new artists and tunes.

If you wish to suggest any mix tape that is missing here just let us know by using our contact form or leave a comment on any mix tape post.

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Jungle music is made up of a variety of styles. The most well known styles of jungle music are jungle/drum and bass and ragga jungle but there are also many sub genres. Jungle music is characterized by fast breakbeats (typically between 150-180 bpm) with heavy bass and sub-bass lines. The breakbeats are often sampled from earlier recordings in funk, jazz, and hip hop. As the genre evolved, it began to incorporate more elements from techno, dubstep, house and electro.

Jungle was the first style of music that was based on drum machines instead of live breakbeats making it a very different sound than hip hop. The earliest form of jungle would appear to be drawing influence from reggae-style dub along with a few hip hop influences as well. Later mutations would see the introduction of house and techno elements as well as sampling techniques from dubstep and noise making for a very diverse sound.

Vinyl records are making a comeback. Vinyl sales are increasing dramatically and now account for more than 10 percent of all album sales. According to Billboard, vinyl sales have increased by 260 percent in the past 10 years, reaching $416 million in sales in 2019.

The old-school music format’s popularity has been on an upwards trend for more than a decade—ever since the onset of cassette tapes, CDs, and digital downloads took over the music market. In the age of streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, many music fans are seeking out the tangible experience of buying records as a way to feel connected to their favorite artists. In fact, there is even a resurgence of record stores across the country, with new stores opening every year according to The Vinyl Factory.

But what is it about vinyl that makes it so popular? And how did it become so popular? Read on to find out how you can get into collecting vinyl and tap into this growing segment of the music industry.


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