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This weeks old skool archives goes back to 1994, with the first tune the Jungle legend Remarc ever produced, although some of his later tunes got releases before this came out! The tune in question is Sound Murderer, Released on White House Records, a label started by Paul Oakenfold in 1992.
Remarc definitely smashed it with this release, introducing his now familiar take on chopped up amen breaks that make his tunes stand apart from many in the scene. He went on to make some of the biggest tunes of the '90s Jungle scence, including R.I.P. and Ricky, but this release is still one of my favs!
Decoder - Pushin' - Ruffneck Ting 007 (1996)
Each week we will be picking an old skool track that we still like today. To start with, we've got a track from a classic label out of Bristol - Ruffneck Ting' Records! The label ran from 1994 to 1998, originally releasing mixtapes (yes, on cassette!), and eventually putting out their first vinyl release in 1995 produced by Substance, one of the label heads.
In 1996 they brought in the talents of Decoder for this track Pushin', their 7th release. A real heavyweight bassline track that used to get plenty of rewinds!