- 1. Red Zone @ Jungletrain.net - dSully #010 [DNB / 170] 1.59.19 154 plays
- 2. Red Zone @ Jungletrain.net - dSully #008 [DNB / 170] 1.59.50 139 plays
- 3. Red Zone @ Jungletrain.net - dSully #007 [DNB old..] 1.58.51 136 plays
- 4. Red Zone @ Jungletrain.net - dSully #006 [DNB / 170] 2.02.03 114 plays
- 5. Red Zone @ Jungletrain.net - dSully #003 [DNB / 170] 2.01.00 161 plays
- 6. Bust Feature Vol.4 1.59.58 158 plays
- 7. Bust Feature Vol.3 2.52.52 164 plays
- 8. Bust Feature Vol.2 1.54.35 126 plays
- 9. Bust Feature Vol.1 2.02.59 165 plays
- 10. 15 years of DNB gig @ City Limits, Cork - Oct 2013 1.08.33 160 plays
- 11. DSully - Something For The Car [.MP3] - Oct 2013 1.33.59 100 plays
- Download track Go to track [RZ013] - Droppin' Science / Danny Breaks - 2 hour special @ Jungletrain.net12. [RZ013] - Droppin' Science / Danny Breaks - 2 hour special @ Jungletrain.net 2.03.20 200 plays
- 13. Red Zone @ Jungletrain.net - dSully #016 [DNB] 2.22.03 106 plays
- 14. Red Zone @ Jungletrain.net - dSully #017 [170 / DNB] 2.01.47 51 plays
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dSully's journey into dj'ing in started circa 1991. Growing up in a city dominated by House Music, interests were always with the harder side of music. In the early days, Belgium Techno then hardcore / breakbeat were the main focus is his interests. Started playing locally in various haunts with is mentor at the time, Colin Dee. Over the years, a steady stream of house parties and mix-tape distribution kept the small Oldskool scene going in Cork.
During the Golden Jungle era, dSully spent a few years in Northampton, UK where he met up with Jrumhand, sharing the same student accommodation. The Ragga side of music was getting a bit much, so under Jumhands influence dSully's veered over towards the Blue Note style of Jungle.
This all changed around mid-96, with the likes of No-U-turn / Prototype and Photek music coming out.
Returned to Ireland late 96, at the time the first pirate Radio station started in Cork city, Radio Friendly. This station was a huge turning point for the music scene in the city. All of a sudden various isolated crews into the same music were immediately hooked up the pirate station. Various weekly shows were held down for several years, alongside Colin Dee / Dj Source / Feral / Torque so name a few.
A second stint in the UK from 98 to 2000 saw dSully’s club gigs increased steadily, playing with various crews locally.
Upon retune to Ireland, various well established DNB crews existed across Ireland. Fluid / Bassbin / Phase 2 - dSully was associated with all of them from time to time....
In late 2002, dSully turned his back on the whole DNB scene. The miscue just wasn’t really cutting edge anymore, and became disillusioned with the whole DNB scene. So reverted back to playing Oldskool for several years, and very successfully throughout Cork city. Fast forward to 2013, dSully is back in DNB big time The sheer volume and quality of the music out there was too hard to ignore. Currently associated with Jet Li Productions, dSully is back playing gigs and dusting off his studio equipment.
This is a archive of my personal collection of mixtapes / radio shows & recent mixes from over the last 20+ years.