VIPER 100 (Part 3): Futurebound vs. Jaguar Skills ‘Shadow King’

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The ‘VIPER 100’ EP is a four-part series of exclusive Viper artist collaborations to celebrate Viper’s 100th release. With the first two instalments already firm dancefloor favourites, Part 3 follows up with two legendary figures in the scene, pitting Futurebound versus Jaguar Skills.

‘Shadow King’ harnesses the sheer production power of two of the industry’s greatest masterminds in Futurebound and Jaguar Skills. Hot off the back of his latest Matrix & Futurebound dancefloor single, ‘The Wall’, along with the massive hit single ‘Fire’ from last year, Viper C.E.O. Futurebound has been busy at work bringing together artists from all over the Viper camp to release Viper’s epic 100th release. Meanwhile, Jaguar Skills has been on an absolute tear for the past 12 months coming off his new smash single ‘FLY’, along with his the massive ‘Ready To Rock EP’ which featured the hit tracks ‘Reload That’ and ‘The Riot Squad’.



Since its inception by Futurebound in 2004, Viper Recordings has swiftly become one of the biggest drum and bass labels on the planet. Along with both sub-label Viper VIP, Viper Recordings has continued to build a global fan base as true pioneers of the scene.

Responsible for some of the most ground-breaking vocal and dancefloor Drum & Bass hits over the past decade plus, Viper Recordings is known for both its heavyweight roster of artists and its continuing mission to champion fresh and upcoming talent. Now, 13 years on, Viper have hit their 100th release and are celebrating in style by dropping a huge 4-Part EP titled ‘VIPER 100’.

Stay tuned for the final instalment of the VIPER 100 EP series, plus Part 2 of the renowned VIPER:100 Live event set to hit Fire London on 26th May 2017. Grab your ticket now at

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