Vast sums of music and indispensable information throughout February's show. Features NEW MUSIC.
First show of the year and decade.
Last show of the year is now up and permanently lodged in the archive.
A range of TOTALLY TRUTHFUL music in this one. Lots of factual vocals and informative speech throughout.
November’s show featuring lots of drone and pensive moments. STOP AND HAVE A THINK.
October's 60 minutes of sound. Features a one-off ban on narration
September's Pre-Party broadcast. Eman Resu and Conrad at it for two hours whilst consistently promoting the smoke machine.
DJ Parcelforce covers August's debauched hour with lots of fast music. Hardline commentary throughout.
July 2019's show. Excess dream-noise and other sounds-bordering-music all pushed together into one thing (a radio show). Tracklist in the description
Conrad Pack and Eman Resu go in together for 60 minutes of cooperative output.
M-Squared special. Speaking to Mitch Jones of Scattered Order about running the label from 1979-84.
Eman Resu going solo for April's show.
Pre Party Special for our upcoming party, featuring a very nice Guest Mix from Jungle Joe.
Solo show for February. Showcasing a variety of musical productions - most contemporary track perhaps from 2015/16 or so.
Hopefully not TOO controversial. Lots of dance at varying speeds (some mixed), alongside elongated sound compositions too (some mixed).
Special feature on the absolute Jungle virtuoso BAY B KANE. Tracing his lineage from 1990 through to the partial resignation in 1997.
Lots of only-found-via-messaging-people-on-discogs tunes in here, including a Pre-Jungle Track with Bay B Kane on Vocals.
December's pre party broadcast, including an excellent mix from Xin in the last 30 minutes/second half of the show.
Stretched-out-compositions alongside other musical accompaniments from Borough's most precious corner
Listen back to our Blank Mind special. We spoke to Sam Purcell (Label Head) in detail about every release they’ve ever done
in their current 7 year lifespan. This one contains heavyweight Soca compositions, mid-tempo UK dub-things, and those really
nice/dark GQOM productions too. Tracklist provided through the link.
Our/The Pilot/Debut/Premiere show on Resonance Extra. Lots of music, including a forthcoming release from Wayne Phoenix.
All tracks and descriptions can kindly be found in the tracklist.
Big thanks to Ormside and Peak for this one. Listen back to 60 mins of bits and pieces, including an original Btech composition. How exciting. If you listen to the end he even mixes a track, and then drops a Jungle tune after a Drone interval. Get your headphones out everyone.