Chaos Theory

TOKYO-NOIR [Ground Mass, Detrimental, Dynasty Shit]
Hailing from Melbourne's diverse bass music and dance scene, and heavily influenced by the 90s golden era of House, Techno and Rave, Tokyo-Noir channels these influences through thumping Footwork rhythms and technical Jungle editing. Having already released tracks through labels such as Ground Mass, Detrimental Audio and Dynasty Shit to name a few, and with several EPs slated for release in early 2017 Tokyo-Noir is eager to make his mark on the scene both nationally and internationally. Prepare your feet for some jungle juke!

Bali Mystic (forthcoming Monarch Records)

Outta Control (Good Street Records)

Mark Kloud
Not One To Harm (Party Guy Records)

Yr So Wet (2015) (Ultrademon self-release)

You Can Have This (Feat. Simo Soo, Zsa Zsa LaFine) (Yes Rave)

Rudelord (The Renegades Mix) (Dynamix Records)

Rolla (Cosmic Bridge)

True Grit (Tsunami Bass Weight)

LuxFamiliar, RhythmBaboon & Dubsknit
Werk Double Time (Polish Juke)

Killa (Never Slept)

Captain Raveman
Yeah Boi! (self-release)

Microglobe x Machinedrum
High On Hope (Teklife)

Kolanek feat. Tokyo-Noir
Your Love (Detrimental Audio) / MoonDoctoR - Juicy Fruit (Juke Underground)

FOUNDATION STEPPER [Croaking Lizard] /
Foundation Stepper has selected a mix of dubwise, jungle and reggae beats out and about and around Melbourne since 2001. His reggae, dub and downbeat residencies and support slots include gigs with The Red Eyes, Chant Down, Ruffneck Souljahs, The Bug, The Mars Volta, Stivs, Ghost, Livewire and Dialekt. He has also played gigs in NZ and Japan, appearing at Disco Beans, Osaka as well as some other venue where the reggae heads were quite confused by what he was playing. His reggae sets sway towards a roots focus, foundation era tunes and nuff 70's dubwise, with a healthy serving of tricky dancehall riddims and outernational dub and ragga experiments. He often indulges in leftfield dub experiments, moving into abstract electronic noises and other glitchy beats. Also sometimes playing as 'The Sockmonster' for more abstracted dub and raggacore bleep focused work, for a Foundation Stepper jungle set you can expect a polyrhythmic mash-up of new school ragga sounds, toxic dancehall and concrete jungle with smatterings of breakcore, dub bass and eleven secret herbs and spices

April 2006 saw Melbournes first Jungle Soundclash with new school jungle junkies Livewire, Unsoundbwoy and Foundation Stepper up against the old school styling of AC23, Hybryd and Trooper. Round for round, licks were shot into the early hours of the morning, with the sound of new emerging victorious.

A recording of Foundation Steppers soundclash set, pushing dub and dancehall flavours to just beyond their breaking point. Now linked up at the mashit DJ mixes page - check for more ragga jungle madness!!

Nuff new school ragga stormers. Blam!

Gregory issacs/Dj C
Gone a jail version

Young ax

Crazy Baldheads (Press Up Mix)

General malice
Dancehall bustlin'

Squeeze remix

Tuffist & lyon
My sound (false alarm)

Monkey steak
Knocking around the zoo

Blood & fire

Billy jungle (version)

Backward country boy explosion

Lock it off

Stick Up "quick mix"

Wayne and Wax
DJ C it Dat Version

DJ C - Crazy Baldheads (Mashit Mix)

Dancehall niceness
Mi Ninja Bombing Champion Outro

HYBRYD [Collective Force]
DJing since the mid 90's, Hybryd's earliest sets were at one of Melbourne's first jungle club night, 'Riddems'. In 1994 Hybryd went on to found the Collective Force crew and 'Junglistic Riddemz' events. Promoting and playing many of the bigger jungle nights that have happened in Melbourne over the decades, he has personally been responsible for bringing out internationals to Melbourne including Remarc, Bizzy B, Outrage (aka Nomine) & Dial M (aka Dialekt). Now also producing his own music. Hybryd is one of the few Melbourne DJs who not only plays exclusively vinyl mixes but also keeps up with purchasing all the latest jungle and choppage record releases.


dj friction Nu Balance

    1:08:20   Bong-Ra - Blood & Fire
    1:34:40   Cutty Ranks - The Bomber
    1:36:40   Buju Banton - Champion
    2:46:20   Friction & Nu Balance - Robocop
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    Drum & Bass, Jungle, ragga jungle, Darkstep, techstep
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