I not only listened to it, I lived it. It felt more advanced than anything I had ever heard, and it was so exclusive and underground. It was rare to find this music anywhere but on college radio or in DJ record shops on handmade mixtapes. Watch this video on YouTube Jungle party in Jungle was built on pasting together samples and experimenting with how far you could switch up drum patterns and scare people with the deepest bass lines.
So we started releasing records in that style, the only addition was that it was a bit faster about bpm and although it was more sample-based, it now also incorporated new elements of dnb.
Over the next 4 or 5 years it seemed like we were releasing new records every week. Or at least that is a pretty accurate number by record sales. Nonetheless, this small following we had was enough to have a powerful underground niche, and those who were into it genuinely loved it with their heart and soul — it was a movement, not just a kind of music to listen to. We had a unique scene we could identify ourselves to, and I was proud!
For a while, our community of the new breed of junglists seem to get bigger and bigger. Internal beefs and a super high ratio of producers-to-partygoers ended up meaning that what had shortly became a vibrant and regular slew of club events, eventually became a popularity contest and separate teams of cross-armed trainspotters watching the DJ.
Ok ok, I exaggerate and it is only one theory. There are many factors that contributed to the downfall, and individual personalities from producers and label-owners most certainly were the engine that fueled it on one end, but the unstoppable factors of improving production technology and the exhaustion of hearing the same samples over and over means a lot of people moved onto new emerging sub genres with more appeal — like dubstep. But even more importantly, digital music was starting to make its way into the DJ world, which meant that selling records was no longer viable to make money or distribute your releases, and it took some time before we really figured out what to do next.
Watch this video on YouTube General Malice live in Before you knew it, jungle was a worldwide thing, and what was a small niche was now a small niche in many places. We all got to know each other and it felt like an international family.
Watch this video on YouTube D. I come from a Dectation (Tribal Dub) - Mary On - Dectation (Vinyl) called Ottawa, Dectation (Tribal Dub) - Mary On - Dectation (Vinyl). Actually it is the capital of Canada, and even with 1 million inhabitants, it feels like a really quiet and small town.
With the closeby larger cities of Toronto and Montreal, parties were happening regularly and could range from less than 50 people to thousands when done right. Jungle had been in our blood since the beginning and there are still many people producing Jungle from my area, as well as stateside.
The label I started on, and my label also started in Los Angeles. They have an aggressive west-coast jungle sound that I was instantly drawn to, and I find myself at home with my friends there and Dectation (Tribal Dub) - Mary On - Dectation (Vinyl) I visit. But records of a more mellow sound were also released and came from further east-coast back then. The European party scene thrives because they go all night. But also there are so many more party people that are just used to finding an event to go to each weekend.
There are so many people in fact, that several successful parties can happen simultaneously on Fridays and Saturdays in the same city all across Europe. I have been lucky enough to be one of the last generations to successfully release music in a physical form: vinyl. I never stopped, either. I am still releasing vinyl and have Dectation (Tribal Dub) - Mary On - Dectation (Vinyl) library of hundreds of original jungle productions in my gig bag.
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