“Keep Shining On” is the highly anticipated collaboration between original Junglist Loggi and Pat Fulgoni whose soulful vocals have become legendary in the DnB scene, working with amongst others: Logistics, Keeno, NuTone, London Elektricity, Chase & Status on premier labels such as Hospital, Shogun and RAM.
“Keep Shining On”, Is a beautiful vocal led roller, bringing together tough bass lines and soft swirling synths.
Close your eyes and let Pat Fulgoni's voice take you on a magical journey as you picture yourself atop a hill on a warm summer's day with a melodic breeze blowing through your hair.
Smooth beats roll around you with bouncing drums and electric pulsations creating an incessant bass line that 'Keeps Shining On', creating Tangerine skies all around…all is revealed in the video: youtu.be/ViCQIv1HT_w
“Edge Of Nowhere” is a perfect example of Loggi's take on the liquid sounds of DnB. He heads straight in with a rapid-fire bass blended with a futuristic wave of luxurious synths. The track then takes a turn, making its way towards an array of atmospheric, high voltage beats that won’t let the rave scene down!
"All Night" with Camo & Krooked on Hospital Records was nominated for "best single" in Drum and Bass Arena Awards
& was the lead single on "Zeitgeist" album which won "best album"
"Like A Memory" with Technimatic was the second single from "Desire Paths" which won best album in the Drum & Bass Awards 2015 and was in Mixmag's top 10 albums of the year.
"Pat Fulgoni could sing a pearl from its oyster" (live review SXSW 2010) Katie Hasty / Billboard (US)
"As Clyde Stubblefield is for drums in hip hop you are the gob of drum and bass at the moment" BBC Introducing
"Amazing isn't he" UKF
"(NuTone album) introduced Pat Fulgoni in the stand out and opening track - Beliefs" HospitalityDNB
"The vocal is perfect" DJ MAG (Pimpsoul review)
"One of the biggest vocals this side of the Atlantic" Track It Down
"Deliriously flowing soul" DJ mag
"Drafting in the sweeping emotive vocals of singer/songwriter Pat Fulgoni help add an extra dash of class to Technimatic's already pristine musical palette" Data Transmission
To coincide with Emotif’s 20th anniversary last year we released the album “Back to the jungle.” Loggi produced it for Emotif’s parent jungle label, SOUR back in 1995.
SOUR released “I Don’t Mind” featuring Elisabeth Troy and “Loggi’s Life” featuring Viveen Wray as a single in 1995 and 4 other tracks appeared on various SOUR compilations worldwide, SOUR Cream, Junglism, Jungle Fever as well as the legendary Jungle Mania compilations.
Pete Tong made “Now That your Gone” his Record of the Week on Radio 1 before the Album was licensed to London Records for a tidy sum. London records then sent Viveen and Loggi into the deepest, darkest depths of the music industry 'jungle' and until this day never released any of the music!
Many blue moons later, Loggi managed to find the Bongo Natty river and made his escape back to reality to tell the tale!
With Strong support from: Doc Scott - Drumagick - Kenny Ken - Random Movement - Rene La Vice - Reso - Ruffstuff - Total Science - Bassline Smith - Code Kool FM- Craze – DJ Marky – Nicky BM
Toddla T (radio 1) - “This is 1995 running’s, released now, oh it was better back in the day, this is proof man, that’s absolutely brilliant”
DJ Hype (Kiss FM) - “Loggi Kicking off! Lynx on the remix”
Eddy TM (XFM) - “A hum dinger blast for the past from the mid 90s”
Kmag - “10/10”
Complex UK - Premier of LYNX remix of “Where’s the love gone”
"LYNX's edit here is an ultra gritty piece of dark side and another welcome addition to the wealth of new, reinvigorated drum & bass we're being spoiled with right now. Vibe all the way out."