Review: Jungle Cakes shake us and bake us once again as label owners Deekline and Ed Solo lure long time friend Benny Page into their lair for this incredible 58 track collection. Created as a mix but all tunes available for your own persy armouries, as always with the 'Welcome To The Jungle' series, we're treated to sounds and styles across the entire dnb spectrum. Expected everything ranging from Benny's own bubblers to more dancefloor styles such as Blaine Stranger's 'Dragon' and Octo-Pi's 'This Sound' via rugged jump-up uppercuts such as Lockerz 'The Funk', crucial jungle licks like Exposure's remix of DeJay's 'St Paul's Jammin' and pure futurism like Filip Motovunski's 'Ninja'. And this isn't even the tip of the jungle iceberg here, there's so much to digest here. Huge.
Review: Brazen, blatant and seriously original rave, hardcore and drum and bass comes straight out of the Kniteforce label once again thanks to this Kniteforce White Anthology. Taking in 11-tracks, DJ Beeno lights it up with two classic hardcore numbers in "Nothing Breaks" and "Bend It" next to the jungle rhythms of his hook up with Alk-e-d in "Merlin Sound". Sunny & Deck Hussy deliver two almighty rave classics in "Genesis" & "Arcadia", with Heavy Systems Inc heading into chiptune territory via "The Devil Feels So Real Tonight". No denying it here, Kniteforce, its artists and music is the real deal.