“Future Jungle” a phrase recently brought to the forefront and who knows , It might actually stick..
The style of music in not really anything new ,It’s been around for quite sometime.
Deep underground but now the masses are starting to take notice of the sound which up until now has been labeled.
Hardcore Breaks,J-Tek, Nu-Rave, Nu-Jungle,Jungle Breaks,140 Jungle,Breakstep,Rave Breaks,JunglE,Tekno and even Dubstep. Mainly 140-150 Bpm taking its influences from Oldskool Jungle / Rave and pushing on into new territory.
In the year of the 20th anniversary of Breakbeat Hardcore /Rave and within the constant musical 20-25 year retro cycle ,Now really could be it’s time.
So if your feeling this sound that’s great news,This fan page along with our blog will be dedicated to it in all its shapes and sizes and we will endeavour to open your eyes to more than just the tracks getting pushed through the main stream.
Trust us ,dig a little deeper and you will be surprised at the amount of quality music in this style out there already.
Started DJ’ing on vinyl in 1990 playing clubs and house parties in my
hometown, Hattiesburg, MS USA. As the “Rave” scene developed in the
USA in the late 1990’s, I stopped playing clubs and began to play
parties in the surrounding area. Including, New Orleans/Shreveport
LA, Jackson/Meridian/Hattiesburg/Gulfport MS, & Mobile AL to name a
few. I worked for Disco Donnie under “Freebase Society” as a DJ and
for other promoters popular in the Gulf Coast area of the USA during
Moved to Houston, TX in May of 2000, after this I took a break from
DJ’ing while the “Rave Scene” in the USA took a sharp downturn. I
took this time to develop my talents in music programming by playing
various types of house parties and eventually started playing Adult
Entertainment venues. The entire time I was on the musical education
phase of my career I kept a mindful eye on my first love, playing
parties and dance music. After 2009 I stopped playing Adult
Entertainment establishments and then began to refocus my attention
toward developing my music library with genre’s that were more to my
liking, i.e. Trance, Funky/Electro Breaks, and Progressive
In October of 2012 I started playing for IMP Community Radio. It was
during this time that I found a home to showcase my collection of Old
School vinyl and my dance music collection. When IMP Community Radio
shut down, I was the only USA DJ asked to come over to Dark Horse
Currently I am working on my shows to include local talent and others
in the USA to help build Dark Horse/USA. In the future I hope to be
able to showcase other like-minded DJ’s and bring them into the fold
of the Dark Horse Radio Family.