Following on from the huge successes of his debut e.p Jungle Asylum & It’s Too Late featuring on The Ammo Box series.Jaxx returns to centre stage with his long awaited and highly anticipated follow up e.p entitled The ‘Man On The Moon’.With this 5 track e.p, Jaxx once again shows off his abilities to make pure dance floor riddim’s and why he is fast rising through the ranks of the drum & bass scene.

Jumping straight in feet first with a huge chunk of dance floor pressure and title track of this e.p ‘Man On The Moon’. Opening with a classic sci fi sample,this track builds you steadily up to what can only be described as a rib crushing drop of bouncy bass & drums that will leave you foaming at the mouth and craving more. Championed by Rene La Vice on his weekly Radio 1 drum and bass show. This track sets the tone for the rest of the e.p and making it a firm dj favourite.

Next up we have yet another dance floor killer in the shape of ‘Park Hill’. This Bouncey bassline roller will have the dance floor skanking from side to side. Summer time chords start lead from the offset, accompanied with energetic drums and a memorable party baseline riff that will sure to have you ‘knee Deep In The Beat’.

‘Forbidden fruit’ takes you straight back to the early days of dope dragon. Stacked with Bristol flavours, party baselines and that classic scorpion break. Makes this a guaranteed dance floor bubbler.

The penultimate track on the E.p is ‘Movin’ Mountains’. A dark tinged intro Builds in to what can only be called distorted bassline grit, driving along with crispy drums like a steam train. This track pulls no punches and will leave you begging for more.

To round it all off we have ‘Where The Root Is’. Teaming up with Mythz and vocalist Golden, this summer time riddim thumps in to action with its party basses, punchy drums, all brought together seamlessly with Goldens soulful vocals. leaving this track all the hall marks to be one of this years summer anthems.