The recording of Jungla started in June 2016. Rhythm parts were recorded live by the band in a large room in the building of their rehearsal space, resulting in long natural reverb. Lead guitars, vocals, and effects were then added in Cachemira's rehearsal room. The whole recording was done by Baptiste Gautier Lorenzo, from Brain Pyramid and Thermic Boogie, who also mixed the album with the band. The whole album was recorded analog, on an old four-track tape machine, and then mixed digitally. The record has a retro lo-fi sound with a very loud master, to reproduce their live sound. It's made of five songs, composed during the early days of the band and that's what the album reflects -- some fresh ideas from each member and jamming parts. The record is 31 minutes -- no new songs were added by the band so that the album would keep its personality and consistency.