Deadly Blossom

It's rare indeed that we'll post any straight up Drum N Bass tracks, but what with us being all up in Knowledge Mag and dropping a DnB tune in our mix from Baobinga & ID that you might not have expected and two straight up Jungle offerings from both Count & Sinden and Stagga (which may find it's way into the blogosphere soon), it seems like the perfect time to drop these exlusives on your eardrums from Jamal.

This tune has been floating about for a while on BBC 1Xtra and mixes from the likes of Infiltrata (aka West Coast Dubstep don 12th Planet) but until now has never properly seen the light of day, despite much nagging. Don't let the name and floaty eastern sounding samples fool you, this is some dangerous bass heavy tear out bizness indeed.

Download: Jamal - Blossom (Stomp Mix) / alt link

Download: Jamal - Blossom (Rolling Mix v.1) / alt link

Jamal has been in the studio cooking up some new tracks but his Jeckyl and Hyde style alter ego Don Leisure is keeping his side of things pretty much locked down at the moment, with his Darkhouse Family project alongside Metabeats gaining much love from the likes of Waajeed, Gaslamp Killer, Illum Sphere and Martyn, plus radio plays on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra amongst many. The first official taster from that should come on Volume 2 of Fat City's fairly seminal Producer compilation out next month. Check the incredible full line up for that here.

Bonus Download: Baobinga & ID - Jah / alt link

If you need to mellow out after all that jumping about then maybe this might help to sooth your soul slightly. Also hailing from the Cardiff area, Easy Buffalo just hit us with this funkalicious little Gorillaz bootleg. They also have a few tracks in the pipeline with some of our favourite smoothed out Welsh rappers such as Redeye, Skunkadelic and Louis Boston, we've had a little taster and should hopefully be able to share a little something more with you all soon.

Download: Easy Buffalo - Gorilla Boots (Clint Eastwood Bootleg) / alt link

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