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Jamie Garry

Jamie Garry plays uplifting & deep underground house and electronica. He has been DJ'ing since he was 13 years old, starting on the pirate radio stations in Leeds in 1986/87. He then progressed to underground parties in Leeds such as Dungeons. He then got his first club night break at Hi Flyers, playing alongside Steve Williams and Dave Seaman. His first residency was playing at Up Yer Ronson alongside Brandon Block, Ian Ossia, Angel, Alistair Whitehead, John Digweed, Marshal and Nightmares on Wax and many more. He was also a resident DJ at Ark playing alonside Welly, Vertigo, Carl Cox and Rob Tissera. He has an impressive resume playing Propoganda at the Cockpit, Leeds, D-Lite, Bradford, Physiques, Bradford, and Smile, Bradford. He has DJ'ed alongside Steve Luigi, Mark Holliday, Ian Ossia and many more for the charity event Off The Street, to raise money for St Annes Centre. At the same time he was guest DJ'ing frequently on the Leeds based radio station Dream FM. He has also been resident DJ at Alchemy, York, Joi, Howden and The Egg Leeds, playing alongside Sonic, Judge Jules, Todd Terry and Lee Wright of Galaxy FM. He has played at many more club nights throughout the UK including SW1 Club, London, with LTJ Bukham, Loft groove, Groove Rider and guests. Jamie has also played in Amsterdam with Dimitri and then took some time out to raise his family and do a music course at college. Jamie has now launched a come back to resurrect his DJ'ing career and has always kept upto date with his music and has been playing about with different sounds using computer software and various keyboards. At the present time he will be playing at various nights in the north including random in york and others. Currently he is the owner of this station, Northern Underground, an internet radio station for now but more to come from the same name. Recently, Jamie has played along side Danny Rampling & John Kelly at Retro Heaven with a residency at Baracoa Leeds, and he has been working closely with Blue Amazon/Lee Softley. In the pipeline, Jamie will be venturing into new projects, which includes being involved with SoulMelt/Andrew Dale & Blue Amazon, For 2013 Jamie played at Northern undergrounds very own night at BRB Leeds & NU will be returning with a Special REUNION (Cancer Research night) with more Details to follow. Jamie will be playing Pacha and also a couple of festivals for 2013 & 2014. WATCH THIS SPACE Smile

Graeme Park

The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the evolution of dance music and club culture itself. Graeme found himself working in a Nottingham record shop called Select-A-Disc in the early 1980s, when the very first house records began to filter through from Chicago, Detroit and New York. When the shop's owner also opened a nightclub, it was only natural he should turn to Graeme to select the discs. Determined to showcase this new style of music, his reputation as a house pioneer soon brought him to the attention of Mike Pickering at the Hacienda in Manchester, who asked him to cover for him whilst he went on holiday in 1988. Simply put, there was no-one else in the country who could do the job. The Summer of Love followed, and Parky quickly became one of the biggest names on the emerging dance scene. Aside from his eight-year residency at the Hac, he was the first British DJ to play places like Australia, South America, the USA, Asia and beyond as well as producing and remixing tracks for the dancefloor.

The Hacienda was a club without a purpose until house music filled its cathedral-sized dimensions. It undeniably defined Graeme as a DJ, but in 2010, that can only be seen as one chapter in an on-going tale: 'Yeah it was a very big chapter. I guess the first was when I discovered I could DJ and discovered house music from the US. The Hacienda was chapter 2 and chapter 3 was when it re-opened after closing for a couple of months in 1992. Chapter 4 was when it closed not long after I left and I played all around the world. I suppose Chapter 5 is where we are now.'

As far as Graeme's concerned, things are as fab as ever. But where is dance music and club culture headed? Well, who better to ask directions than the man who wrote the disco A-Z? 'I started doing it purely by accident,' he details. 'And then realised I was actually pretty good at it. But I never thought I'd end up doing it for over 25 years. And I see no need to stop at the moment. I still love playing fantastic tunes in clubs and people still want me to do it too.'

And where we are now is a very interesting place to be. Aside from all the regular gigs and many productions under various guises, Graeme has been celebrating his 25th Anniversary with a series of special nights all over the UK and overseas playing a selection of classic house tunes as well as new and current tunes too. Although keen not to be bracketed as a 'classics' DJ, he couldn't let the occasion of his 25th anniversary go by without delving into the thousands upon thousands of tunes he has collected on vinyl over the years: 'House music has made people channel their tastes, so I went back to my roots and pulled out some forgotten classics,' he grins, still in love with process of mining those rich seams of vinyl.

Celebrating over 15 years on the radio with shows on Kiss, Galaxy, Key 103, Radio City, Juice FM, Forth One and more, Graeme’s years of experience help him understand the specialist skills required by a radio DJ: 'A lot of radio shows or DJs just play the same big tunes. You can't simply pretend you're in a club, you have to talk to the audience and put your personality across without sounding like an idiot.' His weekly Graeme Park Radio Show airs on a number of radio stations both in the UK and overseas and brings in a big audience with his mix of new and older tunes mixed together like only he knows how. You can listen to the show anytime you like at and Graeme has just been voted at 14 in the Mixcloud Best Of 2009 poll too.

Keeping ahead of the game, Graeme has also just launched his brand new iPhone app which you can download from the iTunes store for free. It keeps you up to date with what he’s playing and where while you’re on the move and is proving extremely popular since it’s launch in March 2010.

He’s also just launched a brand new website too at which includes exclusive content not available anywhere else.

And look out for his latest compilation CD, 21 Years of Gio Goi, which is due out in the summer of 2010 and is released in association with the popular Manchester clothing brand and features classic club tunes from the past 21 years.

Whether through his sets, his radio shows or simply by getting to know that audience, Graeme has spent the last 25 years getting his jocular personality across. He was there before it all started, he was at the forefront of the dance scene when it was at its zenith and he's still there, still rocking it, years later- longer than some of the people on the dancefloor have been on the planet! And the best thing is he still loves it, still loves the music and still loves to play it for people to dance to. 'Yeah, for my entire career I've been finding good tunes that I want other people to hear. The reason I keep doing it is simple- it's my mission in life to let people hear good music.'

The Hacienda is now an apartment building (the developers asked Parky to DJ at the launch; he politely declined). At the back of the building there is a time-line, carved into steel, detailing the history of the club from Madonna's early performance to its closure. And there's Graeme's name not once, but twice, carved into the metal for time immemorial. What other DJs (what other venues?) have had that significance in clubland?

Darren Bouthier

The sound of house music is infectious, and at the age of 17 Darren began going out to club nights around the country. One of his favourite night’s being Renaissance in Mansfield, listening to the sounds of Sasha and Ian Ossia. The reaction of the crowd towards the DJ inspired him to want to be on the other side of the turntables controlling the dance floor.

From that day on Darren has been playing at Clubs around the country and abroad alongside DJ’s such as Kenny “Dope” Gonzales, Rodger Sanchez, and Tony Humphries.

Darren’s recognition began to build at Tall Trees, a night called “Culture” where he was resident for 2 ½ years playing to crowd’s of 3000 week in week out. After press coverage and the sheer volume of people travelling to the club, Radio 1 put on an Essential Selection tour night and over 2 rooms packed in 6000 people. Darren finished off the main room, pumping the crowd with his true funky house style. A tour in Ibiza then succeeded this in conjunction with Love to be, and DJ mixes on Galaxy fm radio for the Transatlantic mix.

The progression of Darren’s DJ career over the years and his diverse style lead to bookings at many high profile clubs around the country such as Miss Moneypenny’s, Hot to Trot (Progress), Love to Be, Up Yer Ronson and Chuff Chuff to name but a few.

Darren now puts on ‘Loaded’ theme nights at select clubs around the North using live percussion, sax and acoustic guitar. For the past couple of years he has teamed up with a percussionist for bookings and it has proved to be a huge success, under the ‘Funkstars’ guise the two know each others style well enough to whip up a storm on the dance floors!

UK Clubs Played & Residencies – Tolerance Universe, Tall Trees, Love To be, Up Yer Ronson, Mission, Miss Moneypennys, Chuff Chuff, Progress (Hot To Trot), Arena, ‘Jars’ Boat Party’s, Mint , Mission & Space (Leeds). Clubs Played Abroad - Es Paradis, Café Mambo, Eden, Kanya - Ibiza, Set & Reflections – Faliraki


Andy BassKicker has been around since the 80’s so he’s no Spring chicken, playing in one of the top clubs in Newcastle Walkers, along side Wear FM’s Howie from 88 to 92.

Moving to Leeds in 1992 playing for Up Yer Ronson and Back to Basics in the Pleasure rooms sharing the decks with Lee wright on the ground floor.

Returning back to the north east from 96 for the massive Tall Tree playing resident along side the fantastic Darren Bouthier, here and in Ibiza.

Playing a mixture of Progressive house, Disco house ,Electro and Tribal. So its time to enjoy the music mixed by Andy Basskicker for Northern Underground………

Andy Grassie



Bought my first pair of Technics 1210’s way back in 93 after being hooked on house music since i first heard it back in 1988 and being blown away.
Always wanted to become a DJ but just couldn’t afford the gear until i got my first decent paying job then bought em and never looked back. Bedroom dj til 97 then i got my first paid residency in a bar called the Wodka Bar in Aberdeen, which was connected to the Club called The Works downstairs, where i eventually got a warm up slot through my friend who was the resident there at the time. Managed to get onto the mailing lists like power records and hyperactive to name a few and then sadly the club and bar changed their music policy to a more jungle sound, so time to move on.
Had a few of other residencies in club bars namely Beluga and Muzak all in my home town of Aberdeen along with the odd one off guest spots, then kinda hung up my headphones for a good few years after my son came along, but got right back into with a vengeance with the new digital revolution as the new creativity that it allows nowadays is endless (still love my vinyl though, even though most of it is in storage)
My current setup is a Traktor S4 with 2 x 1210’s. Musical tastes range from Funky house, tech house and techno.
Dj influences through the years include, Sasha ,Cox, Justin Robertson, Nipper, Tony de vit, Todd Terry, Danny Tenaglia, Jacqui Morrison, Graeme Park, Tony Humphries, carl craig, Juan Atkins, Kevin , Derrick May Dave Clarke, DJ Sneak, Martinez Bros, Ritchie Hawtin, Slam the list could go on and on so i’ll stop there.

Todd Terry


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Grammy Award nominated DJ/Producer Todd Terry has been engulfed in dance music since he first started listening to European dance music records while growing up in Brooklyn. Already devoted to turntables, he heard something different in those tracks, and he “went for the difference". "I never got a break in New York, but England happened right away, so I catered to them.” In any event, the Todd Terry sound was born. By 1988, Todd Terry hit big in England and Europe, and his notoriety was making its way back to the U.S. In addition to DJ appearances, Todd was cutting his classic underground tracks A Day In The Life, Weekend, and Can You Party, released under monikers such as the Todd Terry Project, House Of Gypsies, and Royal House, all considered essential and ground breaking. In the mid 90’s, the Ministry of Sound’s eponymous UK label released A Day In The Life, a collection of Todd Terry tracks that had been causing dance floor panic. That then led the way to a deal with Mercury Records allowing him to set up a context in which to work with his favorite singers and performers. The first release, Keep On Jumpin’ on featured a vocal workout from super-divas Martha Wash and Jocelyn Brown, together for the first time ever. The song became a top 10 UK crossover pop hit and worldwide smash. Todd followed with the anthem ‘Something Going On’, a top 5 UK crossover pop hit. All the while, Todd continued to break new ground as a Producer/Remixer. From SNAP to Annie Lennox to George Michael to Bjork, Todd’s mixes bridge the ground between club cool and commercial accessibility. In 1995, his remix for Everything But The Girl’s Missing became a worldwide smash, giving the British duo their first ever hit. He then rode the charts with mixes for Garbage (Stupid Girl), The Cardigans (Love Fool), Everything But The Girl (Wrong), 10,000 Maniacs (More Than This), Jamiroquai (Alright), The Cardigans (Been It), and The Lightning Seeds (You Showed Me),.among others. He also produced a Robin S track (Givin’ You All That I’ve Got) for the multi-platinum Space Jam soundtrack. INK/Distinctive Records 2005 release The Todd Terry Trilogy: Past, Present & Future on 3 x CD & 10 x 12” vinyl has inspired Todd fans both old and new with over 30 Todd classics and 10 new Todd songs. Todd is also releasing a barrage of new singles on Blanco y Negro, Elementary Group, and Manifesto/Mercury (who are also re-releasing the ‘Keep On Jumpin’ and ‘Something Going On’ in 2006). Ministry of Sound has licensed Philippe B Vs. Todd Terry ‘Can You Feel It (Can You Party)’ for a major 2006 release, a new version of the Todd classic Royal House ‘Can You Party’. Todd Terry All Stars feat. Kenny Dope, DJ Sneak, Terry Hunter, & Tara McDonald’s ‘Get Down’ will be released in 2007 on Strictly Rhythm. This red hot single is the first proper original release on the re-launched legendary label. ‘Strictly Todd Terry’ compilation mixed by Todd Terry will be released in 2007 on Strictly Rhythm. Todd’s mix follows installments by Masters at Work and Tiefschwarz in this newly launched series. Todd is one of the world’s most celebrated figures in dance music. With almost two decades of dance floor domination under Todd’s belt the quality of his productions goes from strength to strength. Welcome to the church of house music presided over by Todd the God. Are you a believer?

James Womersley


James started Djin in the mid 90's whilst in his early teens learning on vinyl and playing hardcore, whislt in his teens he played numerous local events included Bonkers tour nights....once into the milenium James started to muture is sound and found his love for house music of all sub genres. after a few years away from music a trip to IBIZA gave him the music bug. Whislt gaining a residency with the Wakefield brand Funkified he played Wakefield, Knaresborough, Sheffield, Doncaster and Leeds at place such as The Hub, The Stonehouse, the Priory, Courtyard sessions. Republic and Bed..... During a set for a pre party for Love To Be James met Tony Walker who offered him a set and then a residency at PHONO Leeds inclding nights such as RISQUE and ESSENTIAL mixing it with the likes of Rob tissera, Hannah Wants and more with a more electro sound, after racking up the hours every weekend James then got his chance with a residency at LOVE TO BE playing with such names Tony Walker, Marc Dennis, Josh Demello Dale Castell and Mark Holliday to name a few. Since then James has gone on to play at Hed Kandi Leeds, Retro and even Passion presents Dirtyfunk at the Emporium Coalville with headline acts like Paul Oakenfold, Simon Patterson and John Askew. With a small set in IBIZA already under his belt James has got others already lined up for the 2012 season on the white isle. James describes his style has funky twisted disco-tech house and also as a love for classic piano house and main room vocals

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