Release Date 23rd April 2019
Foxy Jangle returns with a cheeky one: a special re-issue of Bones & Natty's classic '95 jungle 12" - Pow / Thunder.
Originally slated for release back in the day on 24 Karat, this monstrous 12" alas never made it past the white label promo stage, becoming one of today's most sought-after jungle records
Lovingly remastered by Bob Macc at Subvert Central, pressed at Record Industry and with hand-stamped artwork by Dublin artist CISTO, this vinyl-only release is most definitely not to be slept on!
Vintage amen choppage at its finest.
Release Date: 28th May 2021
Rua Sound's sought after "Foxy Jangle" series returns for its seventh installment with a double-A side from Law & Wheeler and Mister Shifter, backed as always with hand-drawn artwork by Dublin graffiti artist CISTO.
Law & Wheeler roll out the hypnotic jungle vibes on Visions of Apparitions on one side, while Mister Shifter revisits his Dreada track on the other, raining down a peak time amen apocalypse in fine style.
a1. Visions of Apparitions
b1. Dreada Than Dreada (Dreada VIP)
Release Date - 8th March 2019
Following a smasher from Sully earlier in the year, the third installment in the Foxy Jangle series features two blistering jungle anthems from Tim Reaper, featuring a collab with legendary producer, Sonar's Ghost.
On"Pony", Reaper and Sonar's Ghost, channel the heat of an early 90s dancefloor straight into the 21st century. Synths, breaks, old skool sampling and an iconic acidic piano riff feature strongly on a track brimming with smiley-faced energy.
On the flip, Reaper releases a no-holds-barred amen onslaught on "Fridge Magnets". A bed of heavy sub bass provides the foundation for a masterclass in Junglistic drum programming. Hold on to your hats!
Original artwork provided by Dublin graffiti artist, Cisto.
a. Pony (feat. Sonar's Ghost)
b. Fridge Magnets
Available: 20th November 2020
Foxy Jangle returns with one of modern Jungle's freshest up and coming artists – Lynch Kingsley.
With previous releases on Rua Sound, Med School and Flexout Audio under his belt, Lynch hinted at his own darker new sound with 'Void', on Inperspective Records.
LK's Foxy Jangle debut explores this dark, complex space further, delivering a double uppercut of cerebral, visceral jungle futurism. With a clear nod to past masters, Lynch's craftmanship takes classic signatures forward into the unknown, with hyperdetailed sound design and razor-sharp precision drum programming across both sides.
Coming in at a combined length of 15 minutes, both tracks have a dense, epic feel, making for an intensive headphone workout. This is challenging music at its rewarding best.
a1. Lynch Kingsley - Astral Pulse
b1. Lynch Kingsley - Capricorn