Substance welcomes London techno legend Jerome Hill, who runs the labels Don’t Recordings, Super Rhythm Trax, Hornsey Hardcore and Fat Hop, presents a weekly radio show on London’s Kool FM and also DJs week in, week out around the globe. Living and breathing the music, his sets veering playfully between educational and hedonistic!
Find out why we’re so excited to have him back at the Bongo here.
DJ, Scratcher and Dot Joiner.
DJ since 1990, beginning with Hip Hop, Acid House, UK Bleep, Breakbeat and Techno, a residency throughout the mid to late 90’s on infamous London sound system ‘JIBA’, manager and music buyer for 2 record shops Trackheads & Dragon Discs in Camden, London, (1997-2004) during which time an international DJ schedule opened out, Jerome is a permanent fixture on the London scene and also DJs week in week out around the globe, living and breathing the music, his sets veering playfully between educational and hedonistic!
Founder of Don’t Recordings (which celebrates it’s 16th birthday this year) & Fat Hop records (for fans of Old Skool Hip Hop/B-Boy Breaks) , and more recently two new labels; the booming acid house of ‘Super Rhythm Trax’ and the 1992 rave themed ‘Hornsey Hardcore’.
His bi-monthly ‘Don’t’ club night in Dalston is entering it’s 4th year and has built a strong following amongst true Techno lovers, with Jerome as its resident and amazing and well respected guests passing through every time.
Catch Jerome on London’s Kool FM, The Roots of Rave show every Wednesday 11.00-13.00 GMT.
Recognised by the authoritative Resident Advisor to be “one of Edinburgh’s most important outposts for house, techno and bass”, Substance brings a wide ranging collage of classic and cutting edge underground electronic music to the Bongo./span>
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