Wolfman EP

by Stranjah

Wolfman 05:44
Phantasma 05:18


One of the early ambassadors of drum and bass in North America, Stranjah has earned legendary status with seminal releases on Metalheadz, 31 Records, Renegade Hardware and Hospital Records. His sound initially caught the attention of L Double at Flex Records in 1999, which later snowballed into his high profiling releases. Stranjah’s sound is incredibly eclectic and essentially impossible to label under one umbrella. Often dark and minimal by nature, it boasts moody, atmospheric overtones with an emphasis on brooding sub bass and pulsating drum patterns. Constantly evolving his sound utilizing varying tempos and incorporating a wide array of musical influences, Stranjah has enjoyed longevity within the Drum & Bass scene that is constantly shifting onto the next big thing.


A track fusing jump-up basslines with a hard amen break, the two worlds collide in the title track of this ep. The way the track is built and drops is akin to a ‘wolfman’ becoming his full monstrous self when howling at the moon. That 'Growl' sound on the first beat of each phrase represents the Wolf.

Reign Supreme:

Grimm joins Stranjah on this one, with his minimal drums and atmospherics and Stranjah’s gnarly synth bass with heavy amen. The track is homage to Technical Itch's Stack 2. It was actually written about 7-8 years ago and Fabio played it as his rewind tune of the week on BBC, but it never saw the light of day until now.


As with Wolfman, Stranjah was experimenting with a wobbly jump-up bass along with some old-skool beats on this one. Jump up drum & bass has been dogged on for many years, however, a new legion of young producers are taking it more seriously with its sound and bass design, and some of these sounds are just mind-shattering. The bassline on this is more of a scaled-down approach, all the highs and mids in the bass have been low passed, while maintaining the movement. This track will definitely keep a dancefloor moving.

End of Days VIP:

This is a VIP remix of an older track, redone with a half-time beat. Inspired by No U-Turn and DJ Trace records with its reese bass and distorted 808 bassline. It was featured in a mix a couple years ago and people have been asking for it since.


released July 18, 2016


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Jungle Syndicate is a collective of DJs, producers and promoters bringing a mix of amen infused drum and bass and Jungle, with a little dab of Breakcore. Keep an eye out for our events which happen in Bristol, London, Leeds and Poland from here: www.facebook.com/JungleSyndicate/. ... more

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