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i am the mighty jungulator

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New Album - Out Now!
posted 1 year ago
Wow, t61 lives again : )

We'll be bunging some oldies, some newies, and some wrong'uns up, to celebrate...

Here's some Links that stink...

IATMJ BANDCAMP
IATMJ FACEBOOK
IATMJ iTUNES
IATMJ AMAZON
posted 1 year ago
Guess what, we've only gone and made a 36-track video album of Benefit Beats 2, taking the temperature of Big Society Britain, using the rectal thermometer of the Portas Pilot Town Team bids to reveal the full terrible splendour of a confused and depressed nation scrabbling for cash whilst riding the double dipper recession rollercoaster, hanging on for dear life.

http://benefitbeats2.blogspot.co.uk/

posted 4 years ago
Just uploading a couple of tracks from our New album; "Benefit Beats 2"...

...and here's our bandcamp store, where you can check our dreck:

http://iamthemightyjungulator.bandcamp.com

Crikey Mikey, it's all happening...
posted 4 years ago
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biography
The I Am The Mighty Jungulator band extend the parameters of what-you-can-do-with-live-sample-processing using the alchemical potency of our home-made audio engine (also called I Am The Mighty Jungulator, and described by Future Music magazine as 'the sonic philosophers stone'). After 'kin'ages of heavy programming, jamming, sobbing, shouting and sulking, IATMJ now delivers the golden grail of electro-acoustic-interplay-of-analogue-digital-with-zero-latency that we were always promising (fingers, strings, and wood, captured and instantly shaped into glistening electronic textures and that).

Within this new responsive, improvised continuum the band (ie: whatever künts happen to be in the room) are free to steer the music in any number of structured or random directions (like riding a drugged bull across a building site), whilst the jungulator keeps everything in tune and in time. The phenomenal live sampling power was roadtested at Joanna McGregors' re-vamped Bath International Music Festival on 2nd June 2006, since when we've been jigging and gigging around England and France and popping up at festivals and people's living rooms

Over the last couple of years we've coughed up a... (+) expand
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wazsabi (level 19) wrote:
Wherever they go, love the jungulator works. I see now that mu hearts are also gone, all except one. Hmm. Allright, I will listen again with pleasure :) That is what I love about T61, unparalelled chillax abt system living its own life, because music and company is what we are here for. Cheers!
11 months ago
Suzen (level 15) wrote:
You're welcome!!!
T61 could be addicting with your music on here and some of the other great stuff I've been finding and downloading and buying, lol!!
1 year ago
Suzen (level 15) wrote:
downloaded and maxbumped .. Sunshine of Your Load.... Awesome!!!!
1 year ago
davidivad (level 16) wrote:
I just hearted Funky Alpine Horn :)
1 year ago
mattybwoyeee (level 19) wrote:
Back up and running, the way it should be!
1 year ago
BkTunes (level 26) wrote:
Love your sound!

Best Regards!
Billy Kohl
7 years ago
thomasvale (level 24) wrote:
hey are you from leeds - or have played a gig in leeds ever?
7 years ago
Raine (level 33) wrote:
Congrats on Funky Alpine Horn posting! I'm so happy that I got the first blood on it - it's so BOSS!!!!!!
7 years ago
zenfira (level 38) wrote:
fabulous!
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
you're my special artist on t 61 ...i love your stuff
7 years ago
davyhamburgers (level 28) wrote:
OMG funky alpine horn is awesome maybe some kind of jungulator daddy big mac hybrid song could occur at some point?!?
7 years ago
insidion (level 32) wrote:
Some of this stuff reminds me vaguely of Shpongle, I really like it :)
7 years ago
ttam (level 18) wrote:
...and there's those bumps I promised ye :)
7 years ago
mattybwoyeee (level 19) wrote:
woop woop

floop floop

dig it :)
7 years ago
SLangnes (level 8) wrote:
way cool
7 years ago
Angriegator (level 16) wrote:
:} we are both 'ators!
7 years ago
recycle the sound wrote:
love it
7 years ago
poet (level 26) wrote:
Who's your biggest bumper? Oh yeah, that's me now.

Take it easy.
8 years ago
poet (level 26) wrote:
Hail! Greetings and salutations dearest Jungulator the Mighty. Upon tuning my frequency in I was substantially addicted to you substance. Hearts will ebb 'n' flow.

Peace
8 years ago
ttam (level 18) wrote:
nice tunes lads, 'specially loving Tarpit and Horsepower, bumps coming your way when I'm next able :)
8 years ago
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