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Tag Archives: Jungle

Shura – Indecision (Jungle Remix)

I’m beginning to see indecision as a form of reckless passivity, another self-deprecating behavior that justifies itself via chronic remorse. In a world stimulated by action and reaction, where fear and love are the driving forces behind the choices we make, it becomes necessary to realize that indecision is a choice and duality is the human condition. […]

EMPT Presents: Le Miel du Mois Summer 2014

Relax your mind, and folks unwind and be kind to a rhythm that you hardly find And off we go, let the trumpets blow Well hold on, because the driver of the mission is a pro,  The Ruler’s back…” – Slick Rick (The Ruler’s Back) That’s right folks—the underground’s most eclectic, most uninhibited, most poetic, futuristic, most […]

Jungle – The Heat

Not much hay has been made over the fact that two white men are producing music under the name Jungle and mostly featuring black men in their videos and collateral. Maybe this is because the duo is still (relatively) underground, but they’ve definitely set themselves up for a media firestorm of sorts should they break […]

Jungle – Busy Earnin’

Jungle’s bittersweet 70’s inspired jam is my new theme song but what it represents is a lifestyle I’ve been at for a long time. So you come a long way But you never had things for a normal life, it’s hard Too busy earnin’… Everything I do I love. I don’t mean that in a cliche kind […]