D'Julz, Salah Sadeq
After last Fridays storming International Season opener at Trilogy, OHM events continues its underground music movement with D'Julz
iLL Communications Presents :: D'JULZ (Bass Culture)
MAIN ROOM: Dany Neville & Rone Jaxx (Radio 1)
âœœ D'Julz âœœ
Whether its through his productions, radio shows, compilations, parties or club sets, Dâ€™Julz has been at the forefront of electronic music since his career first began back in 1992. A firm DJ and fan favourite alike, his ability to transcend genres and trends has seen him hold one of the most consistent levels of success of any modern day DJ/Producer. A run of form that is at its strongest, today.
Dâ€™Julzâ€™s early career saw him make an instant impact in his home city of Paris. Spinning at many of the cityâ€™s early raves and legendary clubs. 1997 saw the birth of the now legendary, â€˜Bass Cultureâ€˜ parties at Parisâ€™ Rex club. The monthly party has now become the longest running event in the clubs history, and in 2009 gave its name to Dâ€™Julzâ€™s brand new, and highly successful record label.
Having released his debut productions in the mind 90â€²s, it was the early 2000â€²s that really saw him make an impact. His music has now featured on some of the worlds finest labels, and his releases and remixes for the likes of Ovum, 20:20 Vision, Dessous, Pokerflat, Safari, Real Tone, Get Physical, Mobilee, Rekids, Systematic and 100% Pure have all become essential weapons in the sets and record boxes of the worldâ€™s elite.
In recent times Dâ€™Julz has reached a new level of production excellence. 2008â€²s â€˜Just so You Knowâ€™ on Ovum and â€˜Fleuretteâ€˜ on Circus Company became instant classics, and his current release for the label â€˜Rotondoâ€˜ is well on its way to achieving similar status. His remix of Slamâ€™s â€˜Positive Educationâ€™ on Soma, and his edit of Anonymâ€™s â€˜Lov Is Easyâ€™ on his own Bass Culture label have ruled the DJ and download charts alike.
Dâ€™Julz continues to travel the world, playing the finest dancefloors and parties. The future has never been more exciting for the Frenchman.