Stepping up for our 97th UKBMix is Brighton based DJ Jungalice, supplying us with an hour and 20 minutes of uk bass music flavours, spanning a number of genres.
Renowned for mixing Jungle and DnB, Jungalice has been making waves within the scene for good few years now with her killer vinyl sets however this mix see’s her delves into different territory.
A key figure within Brighton’s music scene, you can often find her playing at Volks on the seafront, or if you’re not out late and fancy a little retail therapy, at RK Bass at Rarekind Records in the lanes.
Talking about her mix, she says “This has been a really interesting mix for me to put together. I usually focus on Drum and Bass & Dubstep musically, but I took this opportunity to compile a load of more UK bass / 130 / future garage focussed tracks that iv’e been gathering and listening too over the years. Its a sound ive been getting more into quite recently so theres some newish bits in there too. It’s been really interesting hearing the musical shift of popularity recently to a more breakbeat focused slower tempo bass musical flow. Iv’e tried to incorporate that sort of old and new take in this mix. It’s been a pleasure stitching it all together!”
No tracklist on this!
Last track you listened to?
Last track I really listened too is in this mix. its called Apricots – Bicep. wow.
What track do you wish you’d made?
I wish i’d made Lovin’ Touch – Fracture
Favourite piece of music kit?
My turntables, Of course!
Last album you listened to start to finish?
Man Made – Greentea Peng
Favourite record label?
The North Quarter or Astrophonica
Favourite crisps? Or your favourite lockdown snack?
Flamin’ Hot Walkers crisps or a midnight marmite sandwich.
Keep up to date with Jungalice on Soundcloud / Instagram / Facebook
Lara started out at the age of 16 as a blogger, setting up her own platform, MakeItGood which ran for 5 years, featuring mixes and interviews with Dubstep artists in collaboration with FatKidOnFire.
“With over 6 years experience working in music promotion, I feel so glad to be running UKBM again, creating more space for new comers and talented artists. It’s amazing to be able to promote and support Bass culture!”