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Moving Shadow was one of the original prototype labels for jungle / drum & bass music. The label broke boundaries & released some stone cold classics!

While Moving Shadow stopped releasing in 2008, its records have constantly been part of the fabric of the underground and mainstream: Constantly played, sampled and cited by the most important players of multiple generations.

Si Colebrooke and Sean O’Keefe (AKA 2 Bad Mice) – two thirds of the founding Moving Shadow team, had long been toying with ideas for how to make sure the legacy of the label continued, and those sounds didn’t slip into becoming museum pieces. Finally, a couple of years ago, they gathered almost the entire Moving Shadow community together in a pub, and found that there was a serious appetite for more. And so, little by little, Over/Shadow was born.

Over/Shadow (Love That Bass)

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