Biography of Jamie Bull
It was at Leeds’ polysexual mecca Speed Queen where Jamie Bull first gained notoriety for his eclectic disco and house sets. His residency there for five years for a flamboyant crowd provided him with a platform upon which he was able to develop his skills at dance radio network Galaxy FM. He became the producer and resident spinner for their Galaxy Anthems show, helping ravers in semi-retirement to relive those hands in the air moments once again.
These days Jamie is synonymous with his residency at Manchester's HomoElectric: A non-stop exotic disco for twisted sleazy people. He has played alongside Horse Meat Disco, Roisin Murphy, Crazy P, Maurice Fulton and Disco Bloodbath.
2010 saw Jamie branching into production to work on his own re-edits and remixes. His re-edit of the Diana Ross disco classic ‘No One Gets The Prize’ has gained worldwide praise, whilst his recent remixes for Robyn and Roisin Murphy lead him to working on forthcoming material of his own.
Jamie’s tracks have had over 15,000 plays on his soundcloud page. His mixtapes have attracted a growing fanbase; A bubbling menagerie of disco, house and italo, old and new, edited and then re-edited again. When dancing to one of Jamie's sets, expect shifts between underground disco, chi-town house and balearic pop.