Savage Times: Inside Modern Urban Jazz

“… when I refer to the music now as d&b, I never really considered it much then. I know that may sound strange, but I think we always operated as outsiders; I personally always felt on the outside looking in, which is why our Glider-State track was called so…” “… I hadn’t done anything onContinue reading “Savage Times: Inside Modern Urban Jazz”

Whatever happened to … Endemic Void?

“Ennio Morricone meeting Isaac Hayes in a full-on jungle vibe, Endemic Void  pushes the limits of time-stretchology with this deep, cinematic, frontline  fanfare. Rich, vibrant and all-encompassing” –   (Melody Maker, 1995)  The fourth installment of the series is dedicated to one of the unsung heroes of the golden era of drum and bass DannyContinue reading “Whatever happened to … Endemic Void?”

Count To Ten: Justice (Modern Urban Jazz, Moving Shadow, Creative Wax)

With a history that goes hand in glove with that of the development of drum & bass and jungle itself, Tony Bowes, aka Justice, has consistently spearheaded new musical forms. He is very much instrumental in the birth of drum & bass and is heralded as one of the true pioneers. Raised in Luton, JusticeContinue reading “Count To Ten: Justice (Modern Urban Jazz, Moving Shadow, Creative Wax)”

Justice (Modern Urban Jazz) Jumps the Q

A mini-interview with 22 short questions (some personal, some tricky) looking for equally short answers, addressed to artists, producers, promoters, djs, friends and affiliates of the blog in general. Today Justice (Modern Urban Jazz head honcho) Jumps the Q Let’s get started: Set 1: The man behind the mask