Liverpool’s Jemmy is making a big impact on the world of electronic music, with critically acclaimed releases, signed to some of the industry’s finest labels - including giants like Bedrock Records – and receiving love and support from around the globe.
Jemmy has long standing DJ residencies with Freeze - who promote for the likes of Innervisions, Cadenza, Kompakt and Border Community – as well as for the mighty Cream across Europe, which has brought him gigs alongside the likes of Richie Hawtin and Carl Cox.
He’s taken his road-show to some of the best nightclubs and festivals in the world, places like Amnesia, Sankeys, Creamfields, Ministry of Sound, Zoo Project and more. He also has the rare and impressive claim of being the world’s first ever DJ to play at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral.
A connoisseur who has always eschewed genre, his encyclopaedic knowledge and love for music from right across the spectrum, as well as his own unique sound, means he appeals to a wide range of fans. The broad appeal of his work is borne out by the fact that his music is getting support from a varied range of DJ’s, including the likes of John Digweed, Danny Tenaglia, Slam & PacoOsuna.
During the day Jemmy runs his own record shop and label - the world renowned 3B Records. 3B has always been at the cutting edge of new electronic music and Jemmy is relied upon by DJs and dance music fanatics for his expert knowledge and advice, sending out new music packages/promos to people across the world.
Things don’t look like slowing down any time soon, either. With new releases & gigs to look forward to over the next year, watch this space for more…
Ciaran John (BBC)