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The Kaizo Manifesto
Artist: Kaizo Slumber
Genre: Hardcore, Gabber, IDM
Country: United Kingdom
Artist's links: https://web.kaizoslumber.xyz/ , https://twitter.com/kaizoslumber , https://www.instagram.com/kaizoslumber/ , https://soundcloud.com/kaizoslumber, https://music.kaizoslumber.xyz/album/the-kaizo-manifesto
The redebut album of Libyan-German artist of Kaizo Slumber, formely known as Acetantina (he rebranded as people struggle to pronounce the name lol), the Kaizo Manifesto is a brilliant reemergence back onto the Hardcore scene. Quite overlooked when it was first released, I wanted to give this album a spotlight as I've been a big...
Jungle Fatigue Vol. 2
By Jungle Fatigue Kru
Hello, and welcome back to another album review. Here's a gem I found on Bandcamp awhile back called Jungle Fatigue Vol. 2 that I have been meaning to do a review of for awhile now but have forgot until now. Likewise with the previous album, Jungle Fatigue Vol. 1, Jungle Fatigue Vol. 2 is a compliation album of various Jungle artists and their respective music. Since it is a compliation piece of different artists of various styles, how well does each track hold up and will you get fatigue listening to this album? Let's find out!
MY SWEET HONEY BUNNY
Artist: Sonic Dragolgo (Kozaburo Narita)
Genre: Speedcore, Hardcore, Gabber
Artist's socials: https://myspace.com/sonicdragolgouk
All my album reviews so far on this site have been rather recent ones, as in they literally came out this year, so I wanted to have a blast to the past with a fairly obscure gabber album from the late 90s called MY SWEET HONEY BUNNY. Produced by a fairly unknown Japanese artist called Sonic Dragolgo, this album would go relatively unnoticed since it's initial release until it was discovered in western music circles a few years back and became an instant hit, with people loving it's insane beats and speed. With this new found...
Long before the days of online streaming and niche music forums, underground music genres such as Drum & Bass and Jungle were not as mainstream as they are now. Most registered radio stations would not give the time or day and so usually these genres of music would be played on pirate radio stations, illegal installations that would broadcast them over other radio frequencies or on harder to detect ones, with it being very prevalent in English cities especially London during this time period. While most are now gone some do still remain and these stations and their style of music WEEKEND RUSH pays homage too, giving you that underground London music...