Review: Longstanding junglist Sappo continues his timeless drum magic with another uncompromised "Jungle Rollers" collection. Taking the driving seat, he kicks off with an amen-focused roller with mild jazz tones on the fittingly titled "1996". 6Blocc takes us back another three years to 1993 when the ragga-jungle relationship was in its honeymoon. All rattling drums and precision-placed ragamuffin vocals. Alpha & Tim Ryan continue the skank-minded approach with a killer Courtney Melody sample and classic badboy rolling groove. Finally Connecta joins the dots between jungle and drum & bass with a robust slab of rolling rawness that wouldn't go amiss in a Hazard or Potential Badboy set.
Review: Serious hard-stepping sounds from the Advisory Manchester connection on this set of jungle-inspired large ones. Take it back to the old school with "Schoolboy", an instant classic with the pedigree to carry it far or revisit your youth with "Dubwave Anthem", a tune that epitomises summertime all-nighters and renegade ways. "Some Choon Fi De Gyal Em" gets things rolling and final tune "Pass the Tu Shen Peng" rocks some laid-back vintage reggae vibes. Get skanking.