Mad Decent: Jungle Terror Halloween Mix by Fight Clvb

October 20, 2014 -

Derek Kademian

Looking for something scarier than a three boobed woman costume to get you in the spirit for Halloween? Than Mad Decent's Worldwide Radio mix, Jungle Terror Halloween, will certainly be the spook you're hunting for. NYC (aka the jungle) natives Fight Clvb went all out on this mix, making it known that they are the ones who go bump in the night. For anyone who isn't aware, the rising jungle terror movement, popularized by Wiwek, has been clawing its way into most big room/electro mixes over the past year.  If you haven't heard it yet, this mix is the perfect way to decide whether or not you're brave enough. Its' high intensity is unlike any other kind of electronic music on the rise and dabbles in some of the reggae themes that Diplo carries throughout his Mad Decent artists.

Usually songs like, "Murder She Wrote" by Chaka Demus and Piers give you an opportunity to grind and slow it down, but in Jungle Terror Halloween, it only serves as an air pocket for you to catch your breathe. The mix also features an unreleased song at 23:00 that had the crowd going insane last weekend at Webster Hall.

If you haven't seen this trio live yet, I would strongly suggest it. Between their ever haunting hype man Mystereo, Carly's vivacious voice and SAV's renowned DJing capabilities, they make for one hell of a night. Listen to it here on Daily Beat or download the podcast episode on iTunes.

Note: Holla at Voodoo Bownz for the killer artwork.



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