Tim Reaper

Tim Reaper jungle & hardcore set in The Mimag Lab LDN 2021-09-24

“The Lab LDN is Mixmag and Coors’ weekly live stream, powered by Void Acoustics, where we showcase the finest DJs direct from our world famous office party. Tim Reaper’s quick run to the top has landed him with some impressive accolades. Only recently blown-in to the hardcore scene from the Lobster Theremin circle, Reaper has found no problem breaking off into his own musical sphere. 2020 saw Reaper release his debut EP on the LT imprint just shortly after the launch of his own label, Future Retro Underground.
The UK-based jungle producer is now working with London’s most talented and eclectic underground of hardcore, footwork, drum ’n’ bass, and jungle artists, most recently alongside the likes of SHERELLE, Special Request, Mr Sensi, FFF, and more.”

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Tom Ravenscroft 2021-08-13 The Ravers Hour with Tim Reaper

“An exclusive 30 minute 90’s special jungle mix to lead into 6 Music’s 90’s All Day Rave from Tim Reaper, followed by a 30 minute mix from Tom himself.
Tim Reaper is East London DJ and producer Ed Alloh. During his DJ gigs and podcasts, he mixes vintage obscurities and unreleased dubplates with tracks by himself as well as fellow jungle revivalists such as Dwarde and Kid Lib.
He began producing tracks as a teenager and released his debut “Propa Tings,” co-produced by Relapse, in 2010. He became more prolific from 2013 and has put music out on many different labels.
His computer started to fall apart in early 2015, and he released a digital album of previously unreleased tracks titled Need Money for Laptop.
In the intervening years, he’s established himself as a key player in the contemporary jungle scene, both as a DJ and a producer.”
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Anz – Residency 2021-07-05 Tim Reaper B2B Dev/Null Guest Mix

“Anz is back with a club ready set including music from AG, DJ Crisps and Sherelle, and she is joined by Tim Reaper and Dev/Null for a special transatlantic pandemic B2B mix, recorded remotely online.”
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Benji B 2021-06-17 with Molinaro & Tim Reaper

“Benji has an album of the week from Dean Blunt, Molinaro in 3 records and Tim Reaper in the mix.”
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Tim Reaper – Resident Advisor podcast #757 2020-12-06

“Modern-day jungle from an old soul.
Jungle is as alive and well as it’s ever been. Just ask Tim Reaper—in the last ten years he’s created a flourishing career for himself making old-school(ish) jungle for a network of labels that represent this scene: 7th Storey, Foxy Jangle, Parallax Recordings, Lickshot and plenty more. More recently, after releasing the standout track on a Lobster Theremin compilation, he inked a deal with the label to release a crossover EP of sorts, earning him the biggest audience he’s had yet. On top of that, he runs a few labels like Globex Corp—reserved for his work with frequent collaborator Dwarde—and Future Retro, where he releases the Meeting Of The Minds series.
Tim Reaper feels like a natural ringleader for this scene not just because he’s a talented producer and DJ. He has a deep and healthy understanding of this music and of what came before him, too. (Watch him handily win a trainspotting competition on Electronic Beats here.) He calls his new label Future Retro, which just about explains it: the music he makes and releases is in thrall to the past, but not simply out to recreate it. What Reaper and his compatriots like Coco Bryce, Dwarde, Kloke and FFF do is find new wrinkles in the old jungle sound, imagining alternate futures or new directions the scene could have taken if it never evolved into what we now know as drum & bass. Yes, you could argue people have always made jungle, but Reaper and friends have made it into a bigger, stronger community with a whole new following.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Reaper’s mix, made up almost entirely of new material from the labels he runs and helps with, was a classic jungle history lesson. But then you wouldn’t recognize any of the tracks, either. This 90-minute mix is a tour of today’s jungle scene through some of its brightest producers, with plenty of precision break choppage, infectious samples and the occasional dip into pre-jungle UK hardcore territory. Like time travelling from 1994 direct to 2020, there’s something about this mix that is both deeply nostalgic and bravely futuristic. This is one for old junglists as much as it is for people looking for a way into one of the most exciting scenes and sounds that dance music has ever seen.”
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