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The A-Z of Just Jack


Time to put on their big boy shoes! Just Jack turn the ripe old age of 11 on Saturday 4th February at Bristol clubbing behemoth, Motion and as expected, they’re throwing a party of epic proportions to mark the occasion.

Initially the brainchild of techno loving triumvirate Tom Rio, Dan Wild and Rag Satguru, Just Jack started life in the second room of fabled Bristolian rave den Timbuk2 back in 2006. Since then it’s spread its reach far beyond the West Country, bringing its distinct blend of good vibes and cutting edge music as far a field as London’s Corsica Studios and the Dalmatian Coast for OG Croatian festival Hideout. Rumour has it they were even asked to arrange Trump’s inauguration party but passed on the offer due to President Trump’s discriminatory policy towards non-orange people. Just Jack we salute you.

Not wanting to miss out on the celebrations, we invited the Just Jack crew dem to take a stroll down memory lane and put together an A-Z of music from a selection of the artists who have made their shows so special over the years.

Tickets for Just Jack’s 11th Birthday at Motion with Robert Hood, Midland, DJ Bone, Optimo, Soichi Terada, Jayda G, Dan Wild and Tom Rio are available now from £15. Don’t miss out!

A – Argy – Love Dose

B – Big Strick – Old E 800

C – Chemise – She Can’t Love You

D – DJ Jus Ed – Something Sexy

E – Eddie & The Eggs – Me & My Watermellon

F – FP – Quantum Effects

G – Mr G – TT Rum Bar (Seven Davis Jr Remix)

I – Idjut Boys & Laj – Foolin

J – Josh One – Contemplation (King Britt Funke mix)

K – Kenny Hawkes – Sleaze Dubbing

L – Larry Heard – The Sun Can’t Compare (Long Version)

M – Mayday – Sinister (1st Mix)

N – Naoki Shinohara – Timeless

O – Omar S – Here’s Your Trance Now Dance

P – Pilotwings – Congo Libre

Q – DJ Qu – All Across The Floor

R – Ron Trent & Chez Damier – Foot Therapy

S – DJ Sotofett presents Bhakti Crew – Sunrise Mix

T – Tevo Howard – Move

U – Underground Resistance – Transition

V – A Guy Called Gerald – Voodoo Ray


W – Williams, Boo – Mortal Trance

X – XPress 2 – Muzik Xpress

Z – Zooz (Tama Sumo Remix) – Mary Bayoi

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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