Episode 328 brings us a mix from an artist who Iv'e been a fan of since his early days releasing tunes on 36 Hertz, Jem One!
Before we get to Jem's mix, I am going to highlight three of my favorite Jem One tracks: AWOL, Biology, and Terminator X, I could go on, but I think these three tunes in particular you should all have in your arsenal!
Jem's mix starts with some deep, dark rollers and a wicked remix of the Jonny L classic Piper. The deep, dark rollers give way to a clean, uplifting amen tune! The mix slides back into deep rollers, dark rollers, and some hard hitting, upfront tunes, the last track is wrapped in a filthy amen! Jem's mix was a masterpiece with massive tunes that were patiently stitched together with surgical precision!
Let's meet our selektah for episode 328, Jem One:
Jem One started his journey into the Drum and Bass scene during 2007 with his distinctive atmospheric old school sound of sub bass and stepping breaks.
Top labels and DJ’s of the scene quickly realised Jem was one to watch, and his music was signed to many of the major labels including 36 Hertz Recordings, Intasound, Mac 2, Deep kut and Vampire Records among others.
Jem One’s music has been featured on a host of top compilation CD’s including Andy Cs Nightlife 4 mix series, and Goldie’s Watch The Ride compilation.
With regular airplay on BBC Radio 1 and regular support from the likes of Goldie, Grooverider, Fabio, Randall, Flight, DJ Vapour, DJ Marky, Digital, Andy C and DJ Friction, Stretch, Monita, Ricky Force Double 0 and many more.
Jem’s track “ Metal Voice” was voted tune of the year in 2008 by DJ Bailey in a magazine poll.
After a break of a few years, Jem-One is now firmly establishing himself within the deeper darker underground jungle scene. With a number of new signings to prolific labels such as AKO beatz, Skeleton, Repertoire, Holotype, 117, and his debut ep on Metalheadz Methxx to be announced in the near future.
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