Jam Funk drops his much awaited album “Up All Night” on Dustpan Recordings featuring deep house cuts such as ‘6 Weeks High’, ‘Action Speaks Louder’, ‘Da Hop’, ‘Do Your Thing’, ‘Fast Check’, ‘Folk Store’, ‘Freaky Feel’, ‘Night Groove’ and ‘Prophet Knowledge’. Known for his previous releases on labels such as Montreal’s Krome Boulevard Music, San Francisco’s Panhandle Music, Detroit’s Coyote Cuts and many more, fans of Jam Funk can expect quality house tunes to keep dance floors happy.
Jam Funk is a belgian DJ/producer. His first few releases came out late 2009 and gained huge support worldwide from peepz such as Mark Farina, Sonny Fodera, Inland Knights & Phil Weeks. He is one of the founding fathers of the infamous Touché parties & he’s been creating stirs on warm-up duties all over Belgium. With remixes of renowned artists like Kinky Movement, Funk Mediterraneo, Sound Diggers & Craig Hamilton Jam Funk has quickly made a name for himself. Catch Jam Funk’s releases on labels like Llama Farm, Funk Mansion, Meltin Funk, Monokini, Private Box, Mamas Big Funk, Greenhouse, Mighty Perverts, Soluble, Midwest Hustle, Sniff Your Ears, FLC, Clean House, Twins Mansion, Tastie, Native Soul, Cabbie Hat and Dustpan. He is a dedicated 70’s funk, disco & oldschool rap collector & once a month you can hear him droppin’ rare seventies funk & disco tracks at the Heartbeat parties. He also is a regular guest at the Funkyfeet parties in town, playing strictly house, jackin’, funky, deep, whatever moves the crowd. Over the years he had the chance to share decks with Slater Hogan & John Larner, Diz, Sneak, Inland Knights, Joshua (Iz), Littlemen, Jamanta Crew, Brown, Jonene, Jamie Thinnes, Jazzy Eyewear, Giom, Raoul, Geoffroy, Duane, Da Sunlounge, Phil Weeks, Amir Javasoul, Etienne de Crecy, A Guy Called Gerald, Kenny Hawkes, Olivier Desmet, Troydon, Sound Republic, Pete Le Freq, Soydan, Mes, Byron Foxx, Rob Wu, Mike Jules, Halo, Jack de Marseille, Jake Childs, Dan X, Junia Ovadose, Brandy and more.
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