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Jerome Bakers music reflects a raw, relentless aggression that translates well onto the dancefloor. In the late 90's under the monikers DJ Boris, Lord Damian, and Dorian Baker, Jerome Released EP's on labels like Relief Records, Contact, Creation Rebel and Farris Wheel. With his periodic releases, from hard house bangers like "Apocolypse" on Relief Records, to down beat thumpers like "Bass Punishers" on Creation Rebel, and Disco House groovers like "Ain't No" on Farris Wheel, along with Monster DJ sets, Jerome built a strong underground buzz in the midwest US during the warehouse/rave era.
Jerome took a break from DJing and making music from 2000-2006 then burst back into the scene in late 2006 with his dancefloor destroying EP, "Relentless Muzik Vol 1". Tracks off the EP were played and charted by DJ's like Green Velvet, Carl Cox and Dave Clark. And the follow up "Relentless Muzik Vol 2: Cut From A Different Cloth"' featured the massive party banger, "Bout To Party". This track tore up dancefloors all year and was featured on Techno heavyweight Dan Curtins mix Cd "Mindin Business" part 2.
Jerome followed with the ominous EP, "The Omega Chronicles", which featured the tracks "Bang Em" and "Take Control", both of which were played and charted by Dave Clarke. He began releasing at a steady pace with original works and putting in remix duty for artists like: Gene Farris, Apaul, Roman Zawodny, C-System, Tattoo Detectives, Mindform, James Hammer, Jackie Simons III, Caine & Ainans, Larix, BCR Boys, Miss Perception and many others. He's released on lables like: Relief Records, MixTape, Farris Wheel, Naked Lunch, RELDZ, Teggno, Urban Kickz, Mad Hatter, Toyfriend and Boobs and Loops to name a few.
Jerome Bakers music has been played and charted by some of the biggest names in Techno: DJ Rush, Carl Cox, Green Velvet, Dave Clarke, Apaul, Hyperactive, Woody Mcbride and many others....