Tag Archives: Kurnel MC


SUCKASIDE feat. KURNEL MC:  Giving UpFresh from the success of their joint Beastie booty project with LROY, Suckaside return to hip-hop with new Kurnel MC-featuring single Giving Up. That’ll be a soul-drenched beat then featuring heavy strings-drenched boom-bap shot through with a vein of old soul gold while our Kurnel holds forth about, well, himself – it is a hip-hop track after all. Also on hand is Badboe’s


INNEREYEFULL feat. KURNEL MC: Music Is AliveA couple of months since last single, Night Of The Living Bass Bins (and less than that before the new LP) comes the next Innereyefull single, Music Is Alive, which again suggests a varied and impressive album in the offing. The trademark bass rumble is in full effect once more though while it was employed to dubby effect on the previous one, this time around it underpins a


DOUBLE BUBBLE: Ridiculous EP Neither a new brand of inflatable chewing gum nor indeed a line from the ‘Scottish play,’ Double Bubble hail from Nottingham and come bearing party breaks. Title track Ridiculous finds Kurnel MC riding a bleepy, rolling drum beat as he references interplanetary travel in such a manner that may lead some to suspect the employment of a metaphor. One about being on a natural high

LACK JEMMON feat. KURNEL MC: Joan Jett (Remixes)

LACK JEMMON feat. KURNEL MC:  Joan Jett (Remixes)Having managed, arguably, to score the best track on Breakbeat Paradise’s recent Bring Back The Funk comp. with their earworm cut Joan Jett featuring Kurnel MC, Hungarian duo now bring back Joan Jett for the remixes. Of which there are six – which means the remix package of just this one track is the same length as – why – the entire EP on which the original appeared! But who got

COCKNEY NUTJOB feat. KURNEL MC: Differences (2017) Free download

COCKNEY NUTJOB feat. KURNEL MC:  DifferencesEveryman do ‘is ting a lickle way different and when it comes to their cover of DRS and Kenny Ken’s ’94 junglist cut Everyman entitled Differences, Cockney Nutjob and Kurnel MC do their ‘ting’ about fifty bpm slower inna skankin-midtempo breaks stylee. Also Mr Nutjob’s bowel-loosening buzzsaw synth bass is rather different too. This is perhaps surprising given jungle’s penchant