Review: Wake up and bake up, Jungle Cakes are back in the kitchen with their prize dish range 'Welcome To The Jungle'. This time the guest chefs are none other than Dub Pistols who've been flexing all styles and sizes of breakbeat since the very beginning. Currently coming correct with 50 tracks, they cover the full range of D&B through their dubwise, reggae-roasted selection. From the steam engine skank-ups like Isaac Maya and Daddy Freddy's thundering 'Bring Dem' to Deekline & Ed Solo's instant sing-along smash-out 'Bam Bam' to the dancehall bashment of Selecta J Man's 'My Style', this isn't so much of a jungle welcoming but more of a full jungle takeover... And you'll never want to leave.
Prosa (Far Out Radio Systems remix) - (8:11) 123 BPM
Storm Inside (Fader From Borneo remix) - (5:10) 128 BPM
Dust In Your Eyes (Mark Du Mosch remix) - (7:59) 118 BPM
Prosa (Polynation remix) - (6:56) 121 BPM
Review: After Nuno dos Santos' striking Trigonometry of Love EP, Something Happening Somewhere presents a killer four track remix pack that lets others give their perspective on the tracks. Far Out Radio Systems turn in a gentle and evocative deep house rendition of "Prosa", as do fellow Dutchmen Polynation - who give the track a more soulful vibe reminiscent of early Innervisions or Diynamic. Fader From Borneo give "Storm Inside" a taste of the acid life on this pre-peak time stomper. Finally the Tabernacle and Pinkman affiliated Mark Du Mosch is a surprising addition, we must say! He gets bittersweet and emotive as ever in lush and (dare we say it!) kinda prog-house fashion with his remix of "Dust In Your Eyes".