Biography

Jason Sparks has been creating his own brand of Breakbeat and Downtempo music since the late 90s. His inspired, unique, cutting-edge cinematic style has been embraced by many including BBC Radio 1’s Annie Nightingale and the late John Peel.

Jason’s debut release, ‘Left to Live For’, on Botchit and Scarper Recordings, hit the Breaks world by storm back in 1998 when it was first played in clubs. The track was later used for a well aired radio commercial advertising Adam Freeland’s then new ‘Breakbeat Show’ on Kiss 100 FM.

Jason’s highly acclaimed ‘Our People’ followed in Feb 2000 by which time his name was well known in the Breaks scene. His ‘Secret Place’ vocal track reached no 1 in 2003 on the Capital Radio Club Charts and was A-listed by BBC Radio 1 Xtra for 2 months. SKY TV even used one of his tracks to promote the overly popular Test Match in 2004 getting his music exposed to millions.

Edited by brokenshaman on 7 Feb 2008, 23:07

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