Bits n Bobs

Questions, Questions, Questions #16 – Zernell Gillie

Zernell was born in Chicago and started DJing at the age of 14. This was during the early years of house music and like a lot of Chicago teens he religiously listened to the Hot Mix 5 on WBMX .

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Questions, Questions, Questions #16 – Zernell Gillie

Zernell was born in Chicago and started DJing at the age of 14. This was during the early years of house music and like a lot of Chicago teens he religiously listened to the Hot Mix 5 on WBMX .

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Questions, Questions, Questions #15 – Euan Fryer

If you’ve listened to the show on a regular basis you’ve probably heard me play records on the Soul 7, Soul Spectrum and Athens Of The North labels. The man behind these labels is none other than Mr Euan Fryer.

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Questions, Questions, Questions #15 – Euan Fryer

If you’ve listened to the show on a regular basis you’ve probably heard me play records on the Soul 7, Soul Spectrum and Athens Of The North labels. The man behind these labels is none other than Mr Euan Fryer.

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Questions, Questions, Questions #15 – Marshall Jefferson

Depending on who you ask, the story of house music will vary but there will be one name that will always pop up – Marshall Jefferson. There pretty much from day one, few men have been as instrumental in the

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Questions, Questions, Questions #15 – Marshall Jefferson

Depending on who you ask, the story of house music will vary but there will be one name that will always pop up – Marshall Jefferson. There pretty much from day one, few men have been as instrumental in the

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Questions, Questions, Questions #14 – Mike Maurro

To my shame I’d only heard of Mike when his Peak Hour Remixes CD came out in 2015 but he’s actually been DJing since 1986, with his DJ career beginning with a handful of 12″ records and two mis-matched turntables

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Questions, Questions, Questions #14 – Mike Maurro

To my shame I’d only heard of Mike when his Peak Hour Remixes CD came out in 2015 but he’s actually been DJing since 1986, with his DJ career beginning with a handful of 12″ records and two mis-matched turntables

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Questions, Questions, Questions #13 – Kon

Kon has been digging in crates since 1976, DJing since 1985, and spinning in clubs since 1991. He is one half of Kon and Amir, who released the acclaimed “On Track” and “Off Track” series on BBE Records where they

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Questions, Questions, Questions #13 – Kon

Kon has been digging in crates since 1976, DJing since 1985, and spinning in clubs since 1991. He is one half of Kon and Amir, who released the acclaimed “On Track” and “Off Track” series on BBE Records where they

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Questions, Questions, Questions #12 – Professor Eddy

Professor Eddy is a Dutch DJ that has worked for several (local) radio organisations, for instance for Brussels based Laid Back Radio, and has done guest mixes for several web radio stations. His style can be described as intimate funky

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Questions, Questions, Questions #12 – Professor Eddy

Professor Eddy is a Dutch DJ that has worked for several (local) radio organisations, for instance for Brussels based Laid Back Radio, and has done guest mixes for several web radio stations. His style can be described as intimate funky

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Questions, Questions, Questions #11 – Proto Hustle

Proto Hustle is a collective of DJs with an extensive combined knowledge and, most importantly, a deep appreciation of the lasting influence and continued relevance of the principles of Disco. Their sets and parties reflect this, bringing in genres heavily

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Questions, Questions, Questions #11 – Proto Hustle

Proto Hustle is a collective of DJs with an extensive combined knowledge and, most importantly, a deep appreciation of the lasting influence and continued relevance of the principles of Disco. Their sets and parties reflect this, bringing in genres heavily

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Questions, Questions, Questions #10 – Harvey

DJ Harvey was called The Keith Richards of dance music by Rolling Stone Magazine as they named him one of 25 DJ’s that rule the earth. Best put by the man himself ‘You can’t understand the blues until you’ve had

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Questions, Questions, Questions #10 – Harvey

DJ Harvey was called The Keith Richards of dance music by Rolling Stone Magazine as they named him one of 25 DJ’s that rule the earth. Best put by the man himself ‘You can’t understand the blues until you’ve had

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Questions, Questions, Questions #9 – Rahaan Rah

I first heard about Rahaan through this clip on YouTube and after seeing him play live at a few Faith parties he’s since been a ‘go to’ DJ when I need to listen to a mix for inspiration. Starting off

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Questions, Questions, Questions #9 – Rahaan Rah

I first heard about Rahaan through this clip on YouTube and after seeing him play live at a few Faith parties he’s since been a ‘go to’ DJ when I need to listen to a mix for inspiration. Starting off

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Questions, Questions, Questions #8 – Norman Jay MBE

I first came across the name Norman Jay whilst listening to the Urban Classics LP back in 1987 when ‘rare groove’ was a big music movement and then noticed his name cropping up on all the flyers I picked up

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Questions, Questions, Questions #8 – Norman Jay MBE

I first came across the name Norman Jay whilst listening to the Urban Classics LP back in 1987 when ‘rare groove’ was a big music movement and then noticed his name cropping up on all the flyers I picked up

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