23/10/2020 - Amsterdam Dance Event - Venue TBC
04/07/2020 - Morning Gloryville - The Great Feast of London - 10.15 AM
23/05/2020 - Morning Gloryville - livestream party
31/08/2019 - Brighton - Secret Location TBC
23/08/2019 - 16..00 - 19.00 Eight Arch Beer Festival - Free Entry - Wimborne BH21 1HB
10/08/2019 - Boomtown Springs - Boomtown Fair
03/08/2019 - The Jump Yard - Wilderness
27/07/2019 - Camp Bestival
7/7/2019 - Wimborne Folk Festival
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Hungry Man’s musical development began amidst the glare of stage lights in his school theatre, where the future DJ/Producer would do the lights or sound for jazz concerts at his school. This experience gave him a love of jazz legends such as Miles Davis and Glenn Miller.
In an intriguing parallel, the young Hungry Man was slowly becoming disenchanted by the overhyped Britpop on conventional radio and at the same time being entranced by the sonic rebelliousness of pirate stations. In his own glorious words, “I loved the rawness of the music, and the attitudes of the DJs, who were breaking the law, risking their freedom and their record collections to fly the flag for their culture. This was a polar opposite to the slick produced shows and A & B playlists of national radio. Pirate music was genuine and legitimate and this can-do attitude as much as the music itself influenced me to get involved”.
Hungry Man’s consciousness combined his early jazz influences with more outlandish urban underground idols such as Lee Scratch Perry, The Prodigy, Orbital, Fun Lovin’ Criminals (whose debut album he still claims as being one of his favourite records) and Fugazi in a compelling combination that is reflected in his music.
This year has been extraordinary with sets at Basscamp Festival in the French Alps, a Russian Palace in St.Petersburg, Secret Garden Party (on three different stages), Shambala, Bestival and a set in the Meteor at Glade. As a member of the FBBB 'For Boarders By Boarders' sports and music collective, Hungry man plays at action sports events worldwide.
In his own words: “I've had some fantastic experiences from being in a band that played to an audience of 100,000 at a festival of peace in Kazan, Russia, to supporting Grandmaster Flash in Bristol, doing sound for the Foreign Beggars, and DJing at a private party in one of St.Petersburg's grandest palaces. I'm very excited about Jump Music as an outlet for my music and the music of artists who I've been playing for many years. The dancefloors have spoken and dancefloors don't lie. Expect the unexpected; dance music, the fusing and blurring of genres, and healthy amounts of bass (too much is never enough)”.