Review: Fancy some Jamaican sunshine to brighten up what must be the longest winter on record? Dreadsquad take to the floor with a calypso-tinted vibe, they're joined by remixes from the likes of the legendary Marcus Visionary, DJ Twister, J Bostron and Isaac Mayer to create the biggest reggae sound this side of the summer season. Grab a rum and coke and somebody to move with and make your way to the dancefloor - it's the only way to warm up right now.
Review: Absolutely massive remix package here courtesy of Dreadsquad, with MT-41 Riddim Remixed arriving on Polish imprint Superfly Studio. Killer refixes of Skarra Mucci, El Fata, Doubla J and Dr Ring Ding come from a stellar cast including Ricky Tuff, Jinx, Cut La Vis, Dialect & Kosine and more. It's hard to pick a favourite here, but we'll plump for the super tight jungle-leaning Jinx version of "Sweet & Nice" by El Fata!
Review: Allow jungle revival pioneers and Jungle Cakes bosses Ed Solo & Deekline to present the much anticipated follow up to "Welcome To The Jungle". On this second edition of "Welcome To The Jungle", Ed Solo & Deekline delve deeper into their roots, and influences with a heady brew of jungle cuts old and new. From stone cold classics like Ray Keith - Chopper and DJ Hype ft. MC Fats - Peace, Love & Unity, also featured are remixes from Chase & Status, and Sigma. Mixed live by Ed Solo & Deekline over 2 continuous mixes, and crammed with 28 upfront exclusives, VIP mixes, classics, and fresh cuts from Jungle Cakes, Welcome To The Jungle Vol. 2 is all you need.
Review: The futuristic dub stylings of renowned imprint: Scotch Bonnet are back on display with some serious style as the team gather up twelve tracks for their explosive second edition of the 'Puffers Choice' compilation series. There are refined dubstyle flavours throughout, with our immediate favourites coming from Wolves and Bo Johnson, who provides innovative grooves and creative melodies on 'Follow Me', whilst Chief Rockas and Supercat combine on the dancehall stylings of 'Dance Inna New York'. The dark vocal pressure of General Jah Mikey also deserves a mention as he provides the fire alongside Naram on 'Ites, Green & Gold'.