FACT mix 406: Mark Pritchard (Part 2)

The jungle, as they say, is(t) massive.

Luckily, when you have a tour guide with Mark Pritchard‘s pedigree, even the most daunting undertakings appear doable.

Although the Warp-signed producer recently announced the retirement of his various aliases, Pritchard will forever be known for his diversity. Since the early 1990s, he’s been exploring ambient techno, rushing jungle, cyber-funk, grime and everything in between with various groups and guises – Global Communication, Harmonic 313, Africa HiTech and Reload are just the tip of the iceberg. Pritchard’s recent work is some of his very best, too: Africa HiTech’s ‘Out in the Streets’ (VIP) and ‘Silencer Riddim’ enjoy anthem status at the right club nights, while the ambient ‘?’, released under his own name, was one of 2009′s most talked about tracks. Most recently, Pritchard shed his aliases to focus solely on his main guise, releasing a trio of EPs for Warp titled Lock off, Ghosts and Make a Livin’. A full album is on the way.

Pritchard’s session for FACT, as you may have guessed by now, is a jungle mix illustrating his “personal journey through jungle”, from 1988-1993. It’s 56 tracks long, and comes in two parts. Here’s part one, and this is part two.

Eager for more Pritchard? Read our recent interview with him here, and our guide to his best ever records here.


32. Zero B – Lock up – 1991
33. TronikHouse – Up Tempo – 1992
34. Second Phase – Mentasm – 1991
35. Acen – Close Your Eyes (Xxx mix) – 1992
36. Epitome of Hype – Ladies with a Attitude – 1991
37. 2 Bad Mice – Bomb Scare – 1992
38. 2 Bad Mice – Waremouse – 1992
39. Manix – Special Request – 1991
40. Urban Shakedown Feat Mickey Finn – Some Justice – 1991
41. Liquid is Liquid – Liquid – 1991
42. Jonny L – Hurt you So – 1992
43. Top Buzz – Livin in Darkness – 1992
44. Guy Called Gerald – Anything – 1991
45. Dillinja and Batmix – Tear off yer chest – 1992
46. Noise Factory – Breakage #1 – 1992
47. Guy Called Gerald – 28 Gun Bad Boy – 1991
48. Pseudo 3 – B Line Stepper – 1992
49. D’Livin – Why – 1992
50. Neuromancer – Pennywise – 1992
51. Nebula 2 – Atheama – 1991
52. Egyptian Empire – The Horn Track – 1991
53. Acen – Trip II the moon Part 2 – 1992
54. Nasty Habits – Here comes the drumz -1992
55. Metal Headz/Rufige Cru – Terminator – 1992
56. Spiritual Combat – Rat Trap – 1992



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