Tag Archives: Nottingham


Notts party vet, Mugwump, has been on the scene for years knocking out rough and ready jungle tunes that’ll rock your bass bins, I’m telling ya. Currently working on a lot of Hardtek but still knocking out the jungle bangers, be sure to check out his SoundCloud!


What can we say about AcdBrnOut? We could give you a pretty good idea about him, though he will probably just end up smashing out a tune that completely rearranges your thoughts as you once knew them. With releases on LLTA as well as a forthcoming on Core Collective Records, this geezer is only just getting started! Keep your ears to the ground for some jungly, breakcorey, in your face rudeness. Make sure to follow him on SoundCloud below!



On the music scene in Nottingham since around 2006, he started off producing Dubstep on Reason. He always loved going down to Blueprint, the legendary underground club of Nottingham to nights such as Lobotomy, Kombination Funk, Psycle, Rigor Mortis, Pure Filth and later on Rubberdub. He’d then go on to run the Hard DNB night, Karma alongside king slaFF and Quakerr. It’s this constant mash of various musical styles that would eventually lead him to settle down into his own style of production that hangs somewhere between Breakbeat Hardcore and Ravecore. With a few releases heading out on LLTA, he is now looking out to bring back the rave to Nottingham

Long Live The Animals [LLTA]

A Bristol based label who push out numerous styles of music ranging from breakcore through Jungle, from ravecore to bloodclart jungle techno, they are one that you must take a look at – right now! If you’re lactose intolerant, you are straight out of look as there Pure Stilton Hits series absolutely smash it. If you’re ever down Bristol ways make sure to keep an eye out for anyone on their ROSTER and be sure to check out any events they’re at.

Check out their Facebook Group HERE as well as there BandCamp page HERE where you can find all of their releases.

Make sure you have a hard rinse out through some of their tracks below and be sure to follow them if you dig it: