Juttla – Swords Of Death EP (MP3) Eastern Pressure Recordings (2018)
Ladies & gentlemen please put your hands together as this release stamps a landmark in Juttla’s musical career. This superb new four track EP is Juttla’s one hundredth outing, his 100th release!!! Out just in time for Christmas this EP is a testament to the skill and creativity Juttla has in his approach to electronic music. From cinematic dub-step to a next level breaks all with an experimental element, this EP is a must buy project.
LATE – Elevationz EP (Produced by Juttla) (MP3) OfficialLate.Bandcamp.com (2018)
UK Rap legend LATE unleashes his brand new four track EP entirely produced by Juttla. LATE is a UK emcee who has been releasing music for three decades and is a well-respected artist in his genre featuring on tracks alongside Willie D from Geto Boys, JT Tha Bigga Figga, K-Rino and more. Here Juttla gives up four very different and diverse hip hop sound beds for LATE to do his thing. Make sure you grab this EP now while its still FREE!
Fabrik – Sunphonik (Juttla Remix) (MP3/Cassette) FABRIKtheband.co.uk (2018)
This really is a West Midlands affair with Birmingham act Fabrik getting Wolverhampton legend Juttla involved for this remix. This is something brand new from Juttla as he engages on a house tip for this awesome summer audio journey. Full of funk and soul, this vocal remix was released on the artists Bandcamp as well as a limited edition cassette. You can hear the remix at the link below…
The seventeenth release on Juttla’s Eastern Pressure label comes from the man himself. It’s a double A sided release that features two unheard drum & bass excursions that are worth their weight in gold. ‘Extennsion’ is a banging hard stepping groover that has an aggressive bassline and synth line. The flipside is more of the same with a more gnarling bass melody and once again tough drums and intricate percussion. You grab it here at the link below…
Asian Dub Foundation – More Signal More Noise: The Remixes (MP3)
ADF Communications/Believe Recordings (2015)
Released in November 2015, the legendary Asian Dub Foundation release this thirty-five-minute project of remixes. Juttla features on two of the seven remixes on this release, the first being ‘Radio Bubblegum’ and the second being the title track of the album ‘The Signal And The Noise. Other remix/producers on the project included Bonnet with US rappers Dead Prez and the well-respected dub reggae producer Adrian Sherwood.
Juttla – Remix Sessions (MP3) Juttla Remix Sessions (2015)
Juttla has always admired and loved hip-hop so on this EP he teamed up for artists from the UK that he liked and remixed their originals with that special edge. This free download project features the likes of Jump Off and Don’t Flop rap battle champion Dotz (from Phili’N’Dotz), UK legend Genesis Elijah as well as well as long time collaborator LATE and talented Midlands emcee Big Dutty Deeze.
V/A – Wordly (CD/MP3) Sony Music Entertainment India Ovt. Ltd (2014
This superb piece of Eastern inspired music sees Juttla team up with leading Indian singer Shriik for a track entitled ‘Sunrise’. This epic musical journey was well received in Asia leading to Sony Music picking up the song for their compilation ‘Wordly’. East meets West.. this is a track you need.
V/A – ‘Estate Life Volume One’ (MP3) UK Runnings (2014)
Juttla, alongside rapper LATE feature on this heavyweight mixed compilation by Tricksta with a track called ‘Manifesting Rhymes’. This hip-hop infused track was a well-received banger that made waves in the underground scene. This release features the likes of Skriblah DanGogh (Terra Firma), Wordsmiff, Novar, Genesis Elijah and many more, this series went on to release 14 volumes. UK Runnings is the longest running UK hip-hop mixtape series starting back in 2001.
Juttla ‘Children Of The Night’ Ft. Andrea Brown / ‘Time’ (MP3)
Eastern Pressure Recordings (2014)
After a string of instrumental outings and remixes, Juttla teams up with female vocalist Andrea Brown for a track that has been supported my numerous DJ’s and underground radio stations. This anthemic atmospheric deep drum & bass excursion injects soul, jazz, dub, funk and bass into a rolling underground classic. With more dubbed out stepper on the flipside this one serious release!
Odyssey Collective – Behind The Mechanism (MP3) Odyssey Recordings (2013)
Juttla turns out an exclusive for leading Midlands based drum & bass record label Odyssey Recordings for their double album release. His track ‘Liquid Burns’ is deep atmospheric roller with a lot of emotion. The strings and gnarling bass complement each other and the intricacy in the programming is next level. This release features leading producers in the scene such as Aural Imbalance, Pariah, Tidal and many more.
Asian Dub Foundation – The Signal And The Noise (Juttla Remix) (CD) Beat Records Japan (2013)
Juttla remixes the title track off ADF’s Japanese release of their album ‘The Signal And The Noise’, and album that has been internationally applauded by the underground electronic scene. With fans worldwide Juttla’s remix was a bonus track on the album for the Japanese CD album release. You can grab the whole album and the Juttla Remix at the link below:
Eastern Pressure Presents – Karmic EP (MP3) Eastern Pressure Recordings (2013)
Juttla’s track ‘Scream’ is a superb slice of electronic epicness with a bouncing breakz groove that shifts with strange alien textures with a bassline to die for. Its creative, forward thinking Electronica and it’s taken from the ‘Karmic’ EP which shows the diversity of the Asian Underground scene in the UK, with Celt Islam representing Manchester, Juttla representing Wolverhampton, Nuphlo representing Leeds and A.U.M aka Asian Underground Movement representing London. Grab the EP from the link below:
Eastern Pressure Presents – Bass Mask EP (MP3) Eastern Pressure Recordings (2013)
Juttla’s track ‘Clouds’ is a techno inspired dub journey that twists and shifts between breakz and percussion. This is dubstep that is so future thinking fusing atmospherics and bass to full effect. Taken from the Bass Mask EP, this collection also features tracks from Sound Avtar; the ‘MyFavAwards’ Dubstep & Drum & Bass producer & DJ of the year, Mr. Doss and Midlands DJ/Producer Bambooclart. Grab the EP at the link below:
Eastern Pressure Presents – Lighter Fluid EP (MP3) Eastern Pressure Recordings (2013)
Juttla’s track ‘Ghost’ is a dark deep drum & bass journey that rocks the dance floor with its growling twisted bass groove and superb drum patterns. Taken from the four track EP on his own label Eastern Pressure, this EP also features a track from Skitty who has released music on Metalheadz, Renegade Hardware, Subtitles and more, as well as Nolige & Collectiv and Sticky Digits. Grab this EP from the link below:
Grand Ruckus – Too Nice (Juttla Remix) (MP3) Bass=Win (2012)
Grand Ruckus are well respected producers Lex Shellard (Ben n Lex) and Terry Hooligan (Atomic Hooligan). Here Juttla remixes their track ‘Too Nice’ which is taken from their album ‘Only Built for Download Linx’ (Extended Version). Featuring the vocal talents of UK rap legend Genesis Elijah, Juttla turns out some upfront genuine underground UK street sounds for a superb remix. Purchase now at the link below.
Juttla – Spritual Coma EP (MP3) Eastern Pressure Records (2012)
UK producer Juttla is back with a four track digital EP. It showcases the four tracks that Juttla & his full live band at performed live for last years Eastern Electronic Festival. It features Asian singer Nona on two tracks as well as a feature from Big Dutty Deeze a UK rapper who has already collectively clocked up over 100,000 views on You Tube. This EP is a mixture of dubstep, drum’n’bass and hip-hop all delivered with an influence of Eastern sounds & vibes. Grab it here
Banco De Gaia – Rewritten Histories Volume 2 1996–2001 – Disco Gecko (2012)
Juttla’s classic remix of Banco De Gaia’s massive underground hit ‘How Much Reality Can You Take?’ features on this awesome new remix compilation. This is a collection of remixes from 1996 to 2001 and other remixers include Dub Pistols, Fluke, Future Loop Foundation and many more. Grab it now from Juno…
Banco De Gaia – Igizeh (Special Edition) Disco Gecko (2011)
Banco De Gaia release their special edition version of their now classic ‘Igizeh’ album. This new version of the album features Juttla’s superb remix of the massive underground hit ‘How Much Reality Can You Take?’ as well as a brilliant live version from themselves.
Tricksta Feat Supar Novar, Cyclonious, Late, Streetz & Deeze – Out Of Darkness (Juttla Remix) (MP3) Wolftown (2011)
Juttla remixes one of 2011’s underground Hip-Hop anthems by producer Tricksta featuring London rappers Supar Novar and Cyclonious, Wolverhampton rappers LATE and Deeze and Bristol rapper Streetz. Check the original video here
and be on the lookout for the Juttla Remix
UK Runnings – Grime Watch UK 3 (CD) RGS Entertainment (2010)
Juttla’s massive track ‘Can’t Sleep’ with Manny Moscow gets used on the CD compilation ‘Grimewatch UK Volume 3’ which also features Tinie Tempah, Bashy, Roll Deep, Wretch 32, Big Narstie and is mixed by Tricksta from UK Runnings.
Juttla & Manny Moscow – The Forbidden Temple EP (MP3 EP) Eastern Pressure Records (2010)
Juttla teams up with London rapper for an explosive five track digital EP. This EP received great reviews on the internet and was supported by various DJ’s on BBC Radio One and BBC Asian Network. This EP was released on Eastern Pressure records and is available now on iTunes
and you can hear snippets here
LATE – From Tha Vaults (MP3) Wolftown (2010)
Juttla’s production features three times here on this collection of LATE’s previously unreleased material. Two original tracks in the form of ‘Musical Mindstate’ and ‘Which Manor Are You From as well as Juttla’s remix of ‘I’m A Saint, I’m A Sinner’ feat. K-Rino. This album is now available on iTunes from
The Disablists & Foreign Beggars – Heavy Rotation (Juttla Remixes) (MP3) Demo Recordings (2010)
Juttla delivers two remixes of The Disablists & Foreign Beggars, one dubstep mix and one Hip-Hop Mix. The Disablists where UK DMC Team Championships 2004 & 2005 and Foreign Beggars are one of the UK’s leading Hip-Hop crews who have played live all over the world.
The Definition Series – Dubstep (CD) OYM Records (2009)
Juttla gets two tracks licensed to this massive underground dubstep compilation. Both ‘Dub Dragon’ & ‘Sub Zero’ are featured on this compilation of cutting edge dubstep. This double CD featured the cream of the underground dubstep scene so it was massive to see Juttla get a track used on each disc! Buy it now on double CD –
HHBRadio.com & UK Runnings Present – Flying The Flag (2xCD) RGS Entertainment (2009)
Juttla produces the track ‘Other Side Of Britain’ for Midlands’s rapper Reload as an exclusive track for this massive double CD fifty track compilation on RGS Entertainment, the label responsible for releases albums from Baby J, Blak Twang and more. Artists featured on this release include Giggs, Tinchy Stryder, Wiley, Skepta, Chipmunk, Ghetto, Sway, Skinnyman, Lowkey and many more. You can view the full track-listing here…
Dopefish – Big Bad Wolf (Juttla Remix) (12”/MP3) Y4K Recordings (2009)
Juttla remixes Dopefish’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’ for the legendary breakz label Y4K, home to artists such as General Midi, Evil 9, Freq Nasty, Dub Pistols, Karma & Bones and many more. This classic dance track gets the full Juttla dubstep rework. Listen or buy now from
LATE Feat. Willie D – It’s Nothin’ (Juttla Remix) (MP3) Wolftown Recordings (2009)
Juttla remixes LATE featuring Willie D from The Geto Boys. Geto Boys where one of the first rap acts to come out of the South of America and other members include the legendary Scarface and Bushwick Bill. Check out this remix of this brilliant UK/USA collaboration at
Various Artists – Some Of These Were Hooj Volume 4 (CD/MP3) Hooj Choons (2009)
Juttla remixes Marshall Jefferson’s classic ‘Mushrooms’ track for the well-respected UK dance label Hooj Choons. Marshall Jefferson is a true pioneer and considered to be an original legend of house music. This compilation also features contributions from Timo Mass, Chicken Lips, Dave Spoon, Oscar G, Peter Lazonby and more.
Stereo Nation Feat Tenny Tenn – Do The Nach (Juttla Remix) (2XCD) Kiss Records (2009)
Juttla remixes the biggest Asian artist to breakout of the UK Asian music scene who has had music featured in various Bollywood films. The track features UK rapper Tenny Tenn who recently toured with Chipmunk, Mr. Hudson, Tinie Tempah & Skepta. You can find this track on the Stereo Nation album release ‘Twist & Shout’.
Manny Moscow – The Boy With The Lost Flow (MP3) UK Runnings (2009)
Juttla produces the track ‘Tracks & Stages’ for Manny Moscow’s street album with UK Runnings. Other producers on the project include Tricksta, Miss Tofelees, Sir Prestige, Beat Thief as well as featuring names such as Iron Braydz, Supar Novar, Big Cakes and LATE.
K-Rino – Speed Of Thought (CD) SPC UK (2009)
The Juttla produced ‘Get That Cash’ features with the legendary K-Rino ripping the mic alongside fellow SPC member Kuwait for a slice of UK produced Dirty South Hip-Hop. This album was a European release for independent record label SPC UK. Pick up the album CD now from
DJ Pimp & Block Exchange – Disturbing The Streets (CD) Block Exchange (2009)
The Juttla produced ‘Ride’ from Brooklyn rapper RH Bless gets used on the official mixtape hosted by France’s number one mixtape DJ Pimp. From Brooklyn, to Paris, to Wolverhampton, it’s all international for this one! You can download this mixtape now from
Various Artists – Lordz Of Dubstep (2xCD) OYM Records (2008)
Juttla gets two tracks licensed to this massive underground dubstep compilation. ‘Ramp With Me’ & ‘Stalker’ are both featured here on this double CD featuring the cream of the dubstep scene. You can buy this CD now from the following link
Juttla – At War With Satan (CD/MP3) Eastern Pressure Records (2008)
‘At War With Satan’ is a fourteen track instrumental dubstep album that features a collection of great tracks that have been supported by the likes of Mary Anne Hobbs, Bobby & Nihal and many more. As well as radio play on BBC Radio One this album also received a great review from the national UK newspaper Metro. You can buy it now on MP3 from
Asian Electronica (CD) Asian Electronica (2008)
This classic Juttla produced Eastern sounding drum’n’bass track gets used on the superb collection. Asian Electronica is a compilation album that also features Asian Dub Foundation, Nitin Sawhney, UK Apache, Ges-E and many more. View the full track-listing at
Papoose – The Lyrical One (CD) Wolftown (2008)
Juttla remixes ‘The Raw’ from Bekay. This Brooklyn Hip-Hop anthem features Wu Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck alongside Saigon. Juttla flips this New York anthem in his own unique style.
UK Runnings & Supar Novar – Wordz From The Frontline (CD) UK Runnings/Wolftown (2008)
Award winning London rapper Supar Novar is an artist who started life out as a member of Skinnyman’s Mud Fam crew and was label mates with Klashnekoff on the now defunct Kemet Entertainment. The Juttla produced track ‘Measure My Success’ was used on Supar Novar’s release for UK Runnings that was released on Wolftown Recordings. Check out Supar Novar’s website
Double E – The Warm Up Volume 2 (MP3) Double Endz Entertainment (2008)
The Juttla produced ‘Listen’ was a track for UK Rapper Double E. This CD received great reviews as well as getting a lot of positive plays from underground Hip-Hop DJ’s in the UK and in Europe. Download this now from the following link
UK Runnings Conspicuous The Coroner – Missing Pages (CD) UK Runnings/Wolftown (2008)
Conspicuous The Coroner aka Cons is a member of The Colony and has collaborated with some of the biggest names in UK Rap including Jehst. Here he teams up with Conman on the Juttla produced ‘Two Cons’ that was used on this release for UK Runnings. Buy it now on CD from
K-Rino – Triple Darkness Vol.3 Coalition Ambush (Black Book International) (CD) (2008)
The Juttla produced ‘Get The Cash’ features the legendary K-Rino alongside fellow SPC member Kuwait for a slice of UK produced Dirty South Hip-Hop. This album was part of trilogy of albums that where released in the USA. You can the album on MP3 from
or on CD from
K-Rino – Triple Darkness Vol.1 Wreck Time (Black Book International) (CD) (2008)
The Juttla produced ‘Transparent’ track features the legendary K-Rino for a slice of UK produced Dirty South Hip-Hop. This album was part of trilogy of albums that where released in the USA. Buy the CD now from
or MP3 from
KB Da Kidnappa – Street Military Solider (CD&DVD) (Wolftown) (2008)
The Juttla produced track ‘I Still Don’t Give A Damn’ track for KB Da Kidnappa from the Houston crew Street Military was used on this great release. This release was a CD and DVD and Juttla’s production also features on the DVD as a score. Grab it now from
Juttla – Dub Dragon/Sub Zero (MP3 Single) (Eastern Pressure Records) (2007)
This was Juttla’s first single from his well received album ‘At War With Satan’. These two tracks are available now from iTunes. Buy now from
LATE – Englishman In New York (CD) Wolftown (2007)
LATE’s first official mixtape to get distributed worldwide was mixed by New York’s DJ Cashis Kay and featured two original Juttla produced tracks in the form of ‘Some’ll Get The Picture’ by 10Shott and ‘Don’t Give A Damn’ as well as an exclusive Juttla Remix of Deep featuring Slim Thug ‘What The F@*k?’ that features an exclusive verse from LATE. Buy this now from
Wolftown – Metaphors & Verbs (2XCD) Wolftown (2007)
This double CD release pays homage to one of the longest running independent Hip-Hop labels to come out of the UK. This CD is a release that only features artists from Wolverhampton aka Wolftown. Juttla has two tracks featured here, one on each disc, ‘Some’ll Get The Picture’ feat. 10Shott and ‘Musical Mindstate’ feat LATE. Buy this double CD now from
Underground Exposure Presents – Wreckless In Texas 2 (Pollie Pop Mix) MP3 Wolftown (2007)
Juttla chops up the original vocal arrangement as well as adding a new energy to this UK/Dirty South Hip-Hop anthem by LATE featuring K-Rino. This is the chopped & screwed version of the release which is chopped & screwed by DJ Pollie Pop and hosted by Trae from ABN. Buy it now from
King Apparel Clothing Mixtape (CD) King Apparel (2007)
Juttla remixes LATE’s infamous ‘UK Hustlers’ track with a guest verse from female rapper Jai Boo. This CD was released as a promotional give-away CD by UK urban clothing label King Apparel who sponsor acts such as Plan B, Pyrelli and Wretch 32. Check out
Underground Exposure Presents – Wreckless In Texas 2 (2xCD) Wolftown (2007)
Juttla chops up the original vocal arrangement as well as adding a new energy to this UK/Dirty South Hip-Hop anthem by LATE featuring K-Rino. This features on both discs of the double CD ‘Wreckless In Texas’ Volume 2 hosted by Houston rapper Trae.
Hardtimes Records Presents – Original Park Slope Muthafuckaz (CD) (Hardtimes) 2007)
Juttla remixes The Game Feat HTA – Born & Raised, the L.A rapper made famous when 50Cent signed him to G Unit Records. This remix featured on the US mixtape release ‘Original Park Slope Muthafuckaz’ which was released on New York label Hardtimes Records and 5000 copies in three weeks!
PR Dean, Hardtimes Records & Allout Mixtapes – Not Your Average Mixtape 2 hosted by Famoso & Nina B (CD) (Hardtimes) (2007)
Juttla remixes The Game ‘Born & Raised’ featuring Hardtimes Alliance which features on this USA release. The Game is the L.A rapper who was made famous when 50Cent signed him to G Unit Records. ‘Not Your Average Mixtape 2’ which was released on New York label Hardtimes Records.
LATE & Geolani – Extended Family (CD) (Wolftown) (2007)
Juttla remixes New York rapper Geolani’s single that was distributed by Sony Red in the USA and featured Freeway who was signed to Roc-A-Fella Records by the legendary Jay-Z in 2001.
Various Artists – Z-Breakz EP (MP3 EP) Eastern Pressure Records (2006)
This four track EP was originally released as a CD but now is available on iTunes. The EP features four tracks Juttla ‘Khala’, Hemanti ‘Off Cut’, Shiva Sound System ‘Site Loader’ and Juttla’s massive remix of Swami’s ‘Desi Rock’ anthem. You can grab this EP now from
UK Runnings Presents – National Anthems (CD) Wolftown Recordings (2006)
Juttla teams up with Derby’s Alex Blood on ‘On Da Low’ an exclusive track for this massive UK Hip-Hop compilation which features artists such as Estelle, Skinnyman, Klashnekoff, Sway, Baby Blue, Kyza, Shameless and many more. Buy it now on CD from
Shannti Present – Mighty Asian Beats (CD) Shaanti Play Records (2006)
Juttla’s ‘Khala’ gets licensed to this massive compilation album that also featured the likes of Panjabi MC, Foreign Beggars, Jehst, UK Apache, AC & Terra, Genesis Elijah, MDK Cartel and many more. Check Shaanti’s official website at
Underground Exposure Present – Wreckless In Texas (CD) Wolftown (2006)
Juttla remixes Houston rapper Deep’s massive track ‘What The F@*k?’. This track features a verse from Slim Thug who got signed by Pharrell Williams (The Neptunes). The track featured on ‘Wreckless In Texas’ a compilation mixtape hosted by chart-topping US rapper Chamillionaire.
UK Runnings – Volume 4 hosted by 10Shott aka Tenny Ten (CD) UK Runnings (2005)
Juttla’s massive ‘London Underground’ track featuring Creamo, Orifice Vulgatron from Foreign Beggars, P.A.C from Thee Absent & Geniedon from Café Recordings features on this UK Runnings mix that sees the cream of the UK Hip-Hop community give up some heavy exclusives. Download it now from
Juttla – Bass, Kicks, Snares, Spits (CD) Wolftown Recordings (2005)
Juttla’s second album is a twenty track Hip-Hop CD that features a bunch of original tracks and official remixes. This album features a whole heap of superb talents including US acts Pitbull, Inspectah Deck, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G, Freeway, Saigon, Slim Thug, The Game, JT The Bigga Figga, Rass Kass and UK acts Foreign Beggars, LATE, Jai Boo, Hard Kaur, 10Shott and many more. Buy it now on CD from
Aiwa – Yi Yi (Nu Skool Players & Juttla Remix) (12”) Wikkid Records France/Canada (2005)
Juttla & Tricksta from Nu Skool Players remix the Arabic sounds of ‘Yi Yi’ by Aiwa for French record label Wikkid Records, also home to artists such as Congo Natty and Capital J. This remix was championed by DJ’s all over Europe as well as Asia.
Various Artists – Ounce Of Desi (CD/MP3) Limitless Records (2005)
Juttla’s track ‘Baa Farke’ featuring Devinder J features on this compilation alongside acts such as Panjabi By Nature, Surinder Shinda, Sanjau Dhaliwal, Amar Arshi and many more. This album is available now on CD or MP3 from
Reload – The Uphill Struggle (CD) Inner City Productions (2006)
Here Juttla produces the Reload track ‘Dark Ages’. This debut mixtape from Midlands’s rapper Reload got a blazing review in HHC Magazine and was well received by Hip-Hop fans nationally. Check out the full track list at
RH Bless – Power, Love, Passion (CD) Block Exchange (2006)
Here Juttla produces a track for RH Bless on one of his earlier releases. This Brooklyn MC represents New York well and is also the founder of label and crew Block Exchange. Check out the Juttla produced track ‘Ride’ on the US release.
UK Runnings – Volume Five hosted by Jai Boo (MP3) UK Runnings (2006)
Juttla’s remix of Jai Boo’s ‘A So It Go’ features on this ram packed UK mixtape from UK Runnings. Other artists such as Baby Blue, Shystie, Miss Dynamite, Malik MD7, Blak Twang, Pyrelli and Klashnekoff also feature. You can read the full tracklisting here
Swami – Desi Rock (Juttla Remix) (MP3) Sony/BMG India (2006)
Juttla remixes of the massive hit by Swami entitled ‘Desi Rock’
Altered Ego Presents – Changing The Game (CD) Hip-Hop Connection (2006)
Juttla’s remix of ‘Business As Usual’ by Wreckognize & Rass Kass featured on the cover mount CD that was on the 200th Issue of the legendary Hip-Hop Connection Magazine. Mixed by LATE & Tricksta there where actually 25,000 copies of this CD manufactured! Make sure you check out
Papoose – War & Peace (CD) (Altered Ego) (2006)
Juttla remixes ‘The Raw’ from Bekay. This Brooklyn Hip-Hop anthem features Wu Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck alongside Saigon. Juttla flips this New York anthem in his own unique style.
LATE – The Villainous One (CD) Wolftown (2005)
Juttla remixes LATE’s infamous ‘UK Hustlers’ track with a guest verse from female rapper Jai Boo as well as producing two original tracks ‘The Thug And The Villain’ featuring US rapper Lil Tec and ‘Stay Serious’ featuring Houston rapper D.A and 10Shott a.k.a Tenny Tenn. ‘The Villainous One’ is still available to buy on CD from
Cee-Rock “The Fury” – Bringin Da’ Yowzah!!! (CD) Handzup! (2005)
Juttla’s Remix of LATE’s track ‘International Spittin’ featuring Cee-Rock ‘The Fury’ was licensed to Handzup! (USA) and Turmic Records (Sweden) so it could be used as the last track on the US release of Cee-Rock ‘The Fury’s ‘Bringin Da’ Yowzah!!!’ album.
Cee-Rock ‘The Fury’ – Bringin Da Yowzah!!! Sampler (12”) Wolftown/!Handzup! (2004)
Juttla remixes ‘International Spittin’ by LATE featuring Cee-Rock ‘The Fury’. Originally on LATE’s ‘International Rhyme Spittin EP’, this exclusive Juttla remix was released on a limited edition four track 12” vinyl EP.
Various Artists – 4 Minute Warning EP (MP3) (Eastern Pressure Records) (2004)
This four track EP on Juttla’s Eastern Pressure label features some real cutting music. Juttla features with the track ‘Angel Dust’ alongside tracks from Iytal, Dread 209 and The Fresher. This limited edition CD is now available from
UK Runnings – Volume 3 hosted by LATE (CD) UK Runnings (2004)
Juttla remixes Conman’s track ‘Watch Out’. Conman is Tenny Tenn’s twin brother and also features on the Wolftown Committee album. Other artists on this release include Lowkey, Klashnekoff, Skinnyman, TBear and many more, as well as being hosted by LATE.
Various Artists – Urban Underground (CD) Decadence/Ministry Of Sound (2003)
This triple CD called Urban Underground was a massive compilation album from Shaanti that was released by Ministry Of Sound. Juttla’s track ‘Dhol Steppa’ features alongside tracks from Badmarsh & Shri, Artful Dodger, Panjabi MC Jamieson, Swami, Ganja Kru, Beenie Man, Q Project & Renegade.
Kam Bhamra – Gold Rush (CD) Crystal Records (2003)
Juttla’s Remix of ‘Giddeh Witch’ featured on Kam Bhamra’s debut Bhangra album. For more information check out this link
Various Artists – Global Pressure (CD) Nation Records (2003)
Juttla & Charged’s Remix of Asian Dub Foundation’s ‘Strong Culture’ features on this remix compilation alongside Springheel Jack, Mr. Scruff, Andy Weatherall, Elite Force and others.
Stoned Asia 5 – World Peace (CD) Stoned Asia (2003)
Juttla’s remix of Fun Da Mental’s The Last Gospel featured on this compilation alongside contributions from MIDIval PunditZ, Trilok Gurtu, Dum Dum Project and more.
Fun Da Mental – Voices Of Mass Destruction (CD) Nation Records (2002)
Juttla’s remix of The Last Gospel featured on this Nation Records release alongside remixes by Swami, Moody Boyz, Pressure Drop, Temple Of Sound and others. Buy now from
Fun Da Mental – The Last Gospel (Juttla Remix) (12”) Nation Records (2002)
Juttla’s remix of The Last Gospel featured on this Nation Records 12” vinyl release.
Tarli Digital – The Dub Conspiracy (CD) Kamlee Records (2002)
Juttla’s Remix of ‘Mundey Patey Jaan Geh featured’ on Tarli Digital’s debut album. This release is still available now from iTunes
Asian Dub Foundation – Frontline 1993-97 (CD) Nation Records (2001)
Juttla & Charged’s Remix of ‘Strong Culture’ features on this collection of rare tracks and remixes from Asian Dub Foundation. Other remixers include Wayward Soul, Panicstepper, DJ Scud and more. Buy now from HMV
Wayward Soul – Real Wildchild (Juttla Remix) (12”) PIAS Records (2001)
Juttla’s remix of ‘Real Wildchild’ featured on this three track 12” alongside remixes by Coldcut and DJ Deekline. The legendary MC Kinky features on vocals too helping to make this the classic that it is. You can still grab this 12” from
Wax Magazine & Six Degrees Records Present – Everything Is Closer Than You Think (CD) (2001)
Juttla’s remix of ‘How Much Reality Can You Take?’ by Banco De Gaia was featured on a cover mount CD that was on the front of the well-respected UK dance music publication ‘Wax Magazine’ alongside Future Loop Foundation, Fila Brazillia, Ron Trent and Karsh Kale. The full track- listing is here
Banco De Gaia – How Much Reality Can You Take? (Juttla Mix) (12”) Six Degrees Records (2001)
Juttla’s remix of ‘How Much Reality Can You Take?’ featured on this four track 12” vinyl EP also featured remixes by Jack Dangers and Half Life, Half Bendy. Buy it now on 12”
OnMusic 01- UK Guide (CD) OnMusic (2001)
Juttla’s ‘Return To Bass’ track was used on this compilation CD that featured the cream of independent artists from the UK and was compiled by What’s On Magazine in Birmingham. Other artists featured on this compilation include State Of Bengal, Villains, Only Child, Sir Real, Dep.art.ment and more. What’s On is now defunct but you can check out Fortune & Glory who helped to put the project together
Swaraj – Future Asian Beat (CD) Swaraj Records (2001)
Juttla features here with three tracks, the self produced ‘Bionic Beats’ as well as Juttla’s massive remixes of Banco De Gaia’s ‘How Much Reality Can You Take?’ and Wayward Soul ‘Real Wildchild’ featuring MC Kinky. This compilation from Swaraj Records includes contributions from the cream of the Asian music scene with well known names such as Nitan Sawhney, Badmarsh & Shri, Wayward Soul, The Dum Dum Project, Fund-Da-Mental all making appearances.
Various Artists – News 9 (CD) Koch International Poland (2001)
Juttla’s ‘Bionic Beats’ track features on this fifteen track compilation from Koch Records in Poland. Other artists featured on this release include Opus 3’s vocalist Kirsty Hawkshaw, Rza & Method Man from Wu Tang Clan, Hip-Hop legend KRS-One, Redman’s artist Saukrates, Pierre Bachelet and more. See the full tracklisting for the release at
Various Artists – Indestructible Asian Beats (CD) Manteca Records (2001)
This twelve track compilation brings together the most exciting pioneers of the broad-ranging Asian dance scene some of the biggest names in the Asian music. Juttla features with his track ‘Mera Dil’ alongside artists such as Talvin Singh, Asian Dub Foundation, Badmarsh & Shri, The Madras Cinematic Orchestra, TJ Rehmi, The Dub Factory and more.
Various Artists – Break, Broke, Broken (CD) Bazoline Records (2001)
Bazoline is the French record label founded by Doctorolive and was the first label in France to release a CD dedicated to the UK Nu Skool Breakz & Breakbeat scene. Juttla’s ‘Fast Train To Calcutta’ features alongside tracks from Rennie Pilgrim, Aquasky Vs Masterblaster, Atomic Hooligan, B.L.I.M, 2 Sinners and more. Check the full tracklisting at
Various Artists – Future World Funk 2 (CD) Ocho Records (2000)
Juttla’s track ‘Return To Bass’ features on this compilation alongside acts such as Gotan Project, Snowboy, Romanathony, Bollywood Brass Band and more. Check this release out here
Juttla – Juttfunk (12”) Swaraj Records (2000)
Juttla’s three track EP for Swaraj Records included ‘Organ Grinder’, ‘Fast Train To Calcutta’ and ‘Return To Bass’. These tracks where very popular amongst DJ’s and journalists receiving lots of airplay and top notch reviews.
Juttla – Breakzploitation (12”) Swaraj Records (2003)
Juttla kicked off the Swaraj Records catalogue with this three track EP that featured ‘Bullet’, ‘Pimp’ and ‘Mera Dil’. These tracks where extremely popular with music lovers and the tracks are still played in clubs worldwide today.
Charged – Supersonic Booda (Juttla Remix) (12”) Nation Records (CD) (2000)
Juttla’s remix of ‘Supersonic Booda’ on Charged’s 12” alongside the Wayward Soul Remix of ‘Elektro Punjabi Dakoo’.
Charged – Hero (CD) Nation Records (2000)
Juttla’s remix of ‘Supersonic Booda’ was used on Charged’s debut twelve track album on Nation Records. Charged is an act who has played all over the world including gigs at Glastonbury as well as being championed by NME.
Qilaash – How The West Was One Compilation (CD) Nation Records (2000)
Juttla’s massive track ‘Ghaber Singh’ gets used on this classic Nation Records compilation. Other artists include well known names like Talvin Singh, State Of Bengal, TJ Rehmi, Charged, Earthtribe and more.
Juttla – Aliens, Angels & Assassins (CD) Eastern Pressure Records (1999)
Juttla’s first ever album release was an eclectic mix of drum’n’bass, breakbeat, funky chilled hip-hop and everything in-between. This album is now considered a classic album that helped to shape the sound of the Asian underground breakbeat scene. Available to buy on MP3 from
Recording under the guise of Undercover Project, Juttla’s produces four tracks for this cutting edge drum’n’bass release that features names such as Dread Bass, Ultravibe, The JB, Decoder and more. On the 4×12” vinyl format of this release the track ‘Code 4’ was used and on the double CD Juttla had two tracks that where used, ‘Code 4’ and ‘The Streets’. Here is the info for the 4xLP on vinyl
and here is the info for the double CD
Under the guise of Ricochet, Juttla’s track ‘Psycho’ from the ‘Spirals Of Jazz EP’ gets licensed to one of Germany’s most successful dance labels ZYX Records Germany for this early ground-breaking double CD compilation simply entitled ‘Drum’n’Bass’. Other artists featured on this release include Metalheadz artists Source Direct, Freestylers, Aphrodite, DJ Red, Pascal, Capone and more.
Under the guise of Ricochet, Juttla has three tracks used on Aphrodite’s superb and classic ‘Full Force’ mixed compilation. Juttla’s tracks ‘Psycho’, ‘Spirals Of Jazz’ & ‘Blue Omen’ feature in the mix alongside tracks from Alex Reece, Photek, DJ SS, Kenny Ken, Rob Playford, EZ Rollers, Mickey Finn, D’Cruze, Nookie, Optical, Simon ‘Bassline Smith’, the legendary Goldie and many more. For more info check out
Juttla joined the ranks of big named drum’n’bass acts in 1997 when he released this 12” on the legendary Back2Basics label. This double A-sided 12” was well received by DJ’s from the UK and overseas. Even though this is more than fifteen years old you can still grab this 12” from the following link.
This four track EP produced by Juttla under the guise of Ricochet features four tracks ‘Spiral Of Jazz’, ‘Blue Organ’, ‘Auto Sax’ and ‘Psycho’ which all well received from some of the UK’s biggest names in jungle. Check it out here
Juttla’s first release was an EP that came out on Jungle label Three Scars. Recording under the guise of Silverfox this underground 12” vinyl release featured four tracks ‘Dreaded Beast’, ‘Madam Sin’, ‘Unknown Assailant’ and ‘The Dawndest Thing’. This 12” is now deleted and a collector’s item.