This weekend we welcome producer, record label owner and world renown DJ, Jerome Hill to the Dusk Dubs family. 

DJing 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) Jerome has been a permanent fixture on the London scene and lives and breathes the music, his sets being educational and hedonistic in equal measures.. 

Founder of Don’t Recordings, Fat Hop records (for fans of Old Skool Hip Hop/B-Boy Breaks) , and more recently the booming acid house of “Super Rhythm Trax” and the 1992 rave themed “Hornsey Hardcore”. 

His bi-monthly ‘Don’t’ club night in Dalston launched in 2012 and has built a strong following amongst true Techno lovers, with Jerome as its resident and carefully chosen, respected guests passing through every time. 

Jerome plays regularly around the world, with a hectic gig schedule that regularly takes him up and down the UK as well as overseas to Brazil, Japan, Germany, Spain, France, Czech, Belgium, Poland, Ireland and beyond. 

You can also catch Jerome on London’s Kool FM / www.Koollondon.com, The Roots of Rave show every Wednesday 11.00-13.00 GMT 

Be it a Techno dancefloor, an Old Skool Rave or a Hip-Hop jam, Jerome is at home and relishes bringing something new to the party with surprises around every corner. 

"Really enjoyed playing through these. I recorded it as I was packing my records into boxes in preparation for a house move so although I had a main crate of about 50 records that I’d previously loaded to draw from, I was also coming across others during my packing and throwing them on. As with all of my recorded sets, its unplanned and just goes with what feels right/what springs into view at the time of needing to put on the next tune.

 

Pleasingly, it didn’t deviate too much from the plan stylistically, in that the aim was for it to be a casual stroll through the the more zoned out "vibe cannons"  in my collection, taking in the colourful, the out there, the uplifting and the deranged all of which are very special to me for different reasons and many of which I picked up during my time managing the Dragon Disc and Trackheads record shops in Camden during the 90’s and 2000s.

 

Thanks Dusk Dubs for the invite"

 

You can find him HERE: 

Facebook.com/jeromehilldj/ 

Twitter.com/DJJEROMEHILL 

Soundcloud.com/jeromehill 

www.swervingthecommunity.com/ 

www.discogs.com/artist/232313-Jerome-Hill 

Trackisting

1. Aswad - Dub Fire
2. The SimonSound - Baker’s Dozen
3. The Free Association - Whistlin Down The Wind
4. Ralph Lundsten - Diskophrenia
5. Sabres Of Paradise - Wilmot’s Last Skank
6. Lightenin’ Rod - Sport
7. Will Malone - Theme from Deathline
8. Vertical Cat - Work Shy
9. Take Rodriguez & his Exotic Arkestra - Hari Hari
10. Archie Bleyer - Hernando’s Hideaway
11. Burnt Friedman - Title coming soon
12. Take Rodriguez & his Exotic Arkestra - Revcarib
13. Noriel Vilela - 16 Toneladas
14. Garonneman - Grandma Dance
15. Plastikman - Pakard
16. Larceny - Who Are You?
17. Cherrystones - Be Careful What You Wish For
18. Wevie Stonder - Und
19. Moody Boyz - Free
20. Messenjah - Judgement
21. Izit - Stories
22. Pressure Drop - Back 2 Back (Dub)
23. Galt McDermot - Space
24. Klute - Blood Rich
25. The Specials - International Jet Set
26. Sound Dimension - Darker Shade Of Black
27. The Keystones - Attack Of The Killer Penguins
28. Treacherous Three & Freddy Fresh - Bum Bum Bum
29. David Shrigley - Don’ts
30. Funboy Three & Bananarama - It Ain’t What You Do (It’s The Way That You Do It)