Jeremy Newall’s biography is enough to strike an envious streak inside even the most renowned DJ. As the most well known face behind Soho’s leading record shop ‘Release the Groove’ you can guarantee that Jeremy had ‘that’ CDR long before Danny Rampling was playing the exclusive test pressing on his Radio One show.
With an established DJ career, which began back in 1986, Jeremy has been a regular feature in London’s seminal club nights.
His reputation is just as recognised outside of the UK with international dates including Red Zone and ExGroove in Italy, Greece, Switzerland, Estonia, Poland, Malta, Sweden, Ireland, New York, Ohio, Toronto, Montreal and Florida as well as frequent club tours of Japan.
Drawing his influences from early rap music, which opened the door to the likes of Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, James Brown, Pleasure, Quincy Jones, Leroy Burgess and Salsoul Records, it is clear to see why Jeremy’s DJ sets are a journey of depth, character and feeling.