Secure shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

Secure shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.   Visit Juno DJ

Secure shopping

Vinyl & CDs

The world's largest dance music store featuring the most comprehensive selection of new and back catalogue dance music Vinyl and CDs online.

Visit Juno Records

Featured DJ Chart: Drop The Lime

Brooklyn’s party starter Drop The Lime is the latest producer to step up with a Juno Plus featured chart. Anyone who has seen Luca play one of his raucous DJ sets will be fully aware that this man knows how to work a crowd, so it was with some excitement that we peered into his collection of tunes to see what was turning on the Trouble & Bass chief this month…

1. Drop The Lime – Sex Sax (Zombies For Money Remix) (Trouble & Bass)



“Zombies are one of my favorite producers at the moment, and luckily they’re a part of the Trouble & Bass family now. They took my summer saxophone jam and brought it to a twisted club smash up level.”

2. AC Slater Feat. Ninja Sonik – Take You (Drop The Lime Remix) (Trouble & Bass)



“Doing this remix was a blast because it was such a Brooklyn heavy song, AC feat. Ninja Sonik, and taking the grinding original into a funky style song was a challenge, but loads of fun to play in the clubs.”

3. Slater & Lime – Creepin’ (Trouble & Bass)



“AC and I took a month off in LA to record some crazy music inspired by Hollywood and the madness it inspires. Play this late at night, and you’ll see the dance floor creepin’ towards the woofers.”

4. Mr. Mageeka – Different Lekstrix (L-Vis 1990 Remix) (Numbers)



“L-Vis 1990 is smashing it heavy at the moment, pushing the envelope and developing a signature sound for himself. I love the melodies on this remix. Very quirky and bounce-worthy.”

5. Supra1 – Still Believe Feat. Amy Douglas (The Boogaloo Crew Heavy dub remix) (Trouble & Bass)



“The Boogaloo boys took this deep original and made it into a fists-in-the-air anthem. Heavy bassline that rumbles your brain.”

6. Doctor P & Flux Pavilion – Stinkfinger (AEI)



“Everybody is familiar with these two’s voice box bass sound, and on this new joint it comes correct with a 4/4 beat. Nice one!”

7. Sidney Samson Feat. Lady Bee – Shut Up and Let it Go (CR2)



“Bit of a big room tune, but Sidney Samson knows how to do it with class. Nice wiggley stab chops and bass thuds keep the floor moving steady.”

8. KA SO RE- Bunnies (GAEA)



“Been really feeling more melodic disco stuff as well as the club banging bass heavy tunes, and this one takes a big leap in the funk side of things. Listen to the bassline. it slaps like a rubber band, man!”

9. Drop The Lime – Devils Eyes (Diplo Way Too Long Mad Mix) (Bandroom)



“This one came creepin back up into my sets lately and I’ve noticed other DJs paly it as well. Diplo was a bit ahead of the game on the Dutch influenced synths and reggae-ton snare rolls.”

10. Greenmoney – Suh Mi Stay (Feat. Serocee) (Fools Gold)



“From Brooklyn fam Fools Gold Records comes a heavy dancehall 303 squelcher. Big tune, big in the sets!”