Nothing happens. It got boring after about a minute for me, which sucks because your drums are realyl well put together. Try listening to Evol Intent via www.beatport.com or www.liftedmusic.co.uk, hopefully you can use him as inspiration because you have similar drum sampling, add a bass like his and give it your own twist and your set on owning the AUDIO portal.
This is me...
...being generous. I never write really detailed reviews too much anymore; actually, I don't review too much anymore in general. I just want that review from you that bad, haha.
First off, automatic 10. I hate actually thinking about your score, so I'll let you determine what I would have given you from what I say.
The song starts out as a jungle song, which is exactly what I expected, judging from the name. There's two things that bug me about this track so far. First off, how bland it sounds. I understand that you need a steady sub bass and creative drums (which are loops... so you didn't make the samples, which is disappointing) but the bass is bland. There's no pitch bending, no distortion of any kind, or even any synth on top of it making it sound profound. You need to make the bass stand out more, so that people who have crappy sound systems can still enjoy the track without having to go and buy a sub woofer.
This is one of those tracks that would sound good with lyrics; it's almost begging for that jungle rasta vocal touch. It sounds too bland without anything else to it. I enjoy how you brought back a similar theme through the entire track, but it's missing necessities, like:
1: Breakdowns and buildups. They don't have to be dramatic, but they have to be there so the track doesn't sound like it's just a 4 bar loop with a hardcore drumline.
2: Introduction of different phases. Usually an introduction sounds a lot different than the main phase sounds; why not bring that into the main phase? Change the song around so that you're playing the introduction with the main phase so that people have something to relate to when they listen to the track... and
3: There is no introduction here, and no end. Kind of makes me sad, to be honest with you. This song actually has a ridiculous amount of potential; if it were actually a song instead of an incredibly long verse. With a well built introduction, a well placed breakdown/build-up, and two or three main verses that get more and more intense every time they're listened to, this song could be one of the songs I constantly to whenever I turn the computer on :)
Pretty good work; lives up to the jungle name. But we don't want that, do we? We want a song that exceeds the name and builds and entire new repertoire for you, and the genre itself.
Keep it easy bro;