Check Out Mixes From Jacques Greene and Peverelist
- Words: Glenn Jackson
An almost two-hour DJ set from Jacques Greene (pictured above) and a Peverelist jungle mix from the '90s found their way onto the World Wide Web today. Recorded last month in Madrid, Greene's mix of "bass music, synth-heavy house, and futuristic R&B" is availible to stream over at RBMA Radio, where listeners are treated to cuts from the likes of Duke Dumont, Four Tet, Koreless, and even Kanye West—not to mention a few of Greene's originals—over the course of the 120-minute live mix.
Bristol producer and Punch Drunk boss Peverelist recently discovered a jungle mix he had put together sometime back in the '90s (he's not exactly sure when), and has uploaded it to YouTube for all to stream. You can check out the 100-minute mix—which FACT surmises could not have been put together any earlier than 1996—below.
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