svs july 2005 jungle-dnb

Originally from Long Island, NY, SVS has been playing around in Kansas City since mid-2000, playing different types of music over that time and finally settling on Jungle & DnB and pushing the limits of that since. Here's his picks for the month!

Bad Company Presents: Bad Taste LP: Promo: Bad Company BCP007LP
This is an amazing 4 pack with artist like Noisia, The Upbeats, Body & Soul, Teebee, & Chase. The LP is jam packed with BC bass lines and is definitely more geared for the darker crowd. The show stealer of this pack has to be State of Mind's 'Different Strokes'. Be on the look out for this sometime in July.

Adam F Presents: Drum & Bass Warfare LP: Kaoss Recordings: KAOS001LP
This LP by far does not sell short. With works and remixes Dillinja, Mickey Finn, & J Majik you'd think that would be enough. Add some of the top rap artist such as Capone & Noreaga, Pharoahe Monch, even one by M.O.P. and it's no wonder this double pack is getting so much play. When worlds collide at their best.

Audio [Resonant Evil]: The Warrior & The Serpent/Nostrama: G2 Recordins: G2020
Resonant Evil is back at it again with their rendition of The Warrior & The Serpant.
Classic vocals intertwine with today's hardest bass line. This EP is enough to make the dead come back to life. Nostrama is hard hitting and every ounce of pure evil.

Big Bud Presents: Fear Of Flying LP Sampler: Sound Trax: FILM008
This is a very nice transition pack. With the ragga beat of 'Children of Jah' to the
down tempo mc'ing of "Just Can't Hold Me Down' feat. Dan Markus. 'How I Make My Gs" is a nice hip hop beat but is bestly carried by the vocals of G Rhymes. Two splifs up on another Big Bud classic in the works.

Black Sun Empire & Concord Dawn: Driving Insane LP Sampler: Black Sun Empire: BSELP001SAM
All I have to say is it's about time these two power houses got together and did something dark. The Sun VIP has an amazing first break into this massive pile of bass. Need only to mention the speeding drum clashes. The flip side of the LP is a nice dark roller. Very fast paced with a nasty high pitched synth line Lets hope this isn't the last we see of this style from these two camps.


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