the jungle babes

Hey Arnold jungle movie: The girls are back! by artdemaurialashawn21 on @deviantart


Love Land - Charles Wright and the 103 RD Street Band (In the Jungle, Babe, 1969)

Got my finger on the trigger / Tell me when to set it off.“ 
Badass lady rappers, singers, and musicians tearing it up and bringing it down.

01. Lola - Maluca Mala
02. Trouble - Neon Jungle
03. Public Enemy - Mapei
04. Throw It Down - Dominique Young Unique
06. Wildfire - Tinashe
07. Slimed - Babe Field
08. Oya - Ibeyi
09. Hide - FKA Twigs
10. Parker - Ikea-graveyard
11. So High - Doja Cat
12. Know What I Want - Kali Uchis
13. Trigger - Maluca Mala
14. Bikini Weather / Corazon en Afrika - Princess Nokia

Content warning: slurs, language, drug mention.

[listen on 8tracks here]

Jungle Train
Babes In Toyland
Jungle Train

Fontanelle is the perfect album for any hocus-pocus witching hour day, like Halloween. Menacing vocals, gut stabbing base lines, banshee-like shrieks- Happy Halloween!

Jungle Train, eleventh track off Fontanelle, is one of these tracks that makes your soul shrill with its blood gurgling, spine tingling aura. From sounding like a sullen, shy, scared child one moment, only to sound like a possessed woman the next, Kat really kicks ass with her vocals in this song.

The Handsome to Kat’s Gretel, which sounds like a monster of an old folklore in the background, is Stu “Stew” Spasm of Lubricated Goat and Kat’s ex-husband. He is credited in Fontanelle’s linear notes.