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Jerome Pacman

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Jerome’s passion for music first started back in the early 80’s, while listening to radio FM. At the time, the only stations playing Funk & Electro
were Radio 7, Radio Show and Radio Nova. The hip-hop movement was just beginning, and Jerome soon found himself working as a “Break Dancer” at the “Left Zulu” parties, organized by Dj Dee Nasty. Jerome amused himself behind the tape decks, blaring the latest underground anthems of the time. A few years later, as the “idealistic-electro” movement moved towards “political rap”, he began loosing interest in this scene. Soon after, while

holidaying in Ibiza, he discovered house music. The infamous “Summer of Love” was in full swing and he had just been en-lightened. He became an instant follower of the “Acid-House Music” scene, as well as the “Freedom to
Party” gatherings.

It was around ‘90-‘91, when Jerome’s DJing career truly began. He started playing around different after hours clubs in Paris, and soon found himself playing at larger club venues and events. The Mozinor parties, the “Liberation” rave, live with Laurent Garnier & LFO, The Soma parties, Lunacy, Studio 102 (Queen), The Palace and The Rex to name but a few. His evolution into the DJ world quickly brought him onto the International circuit, playing at events like Mayday (Berlin), Immortality (Amsterdam), Omen (Frankfurt), Exogroove (Rimini Club, London) and Rocks (Porto).

In 1994, he produced one of his first tracks, “Mouvement perpétuel - Sexual movement”, which was ranked in “The Top 100 Discs of the Year” by Muzik, the renowned English music magazine. It was later released by Sasha & Digweedon their “Northern Exposure” compilation, and by Craig Richards, on his “Tyrant” mix CD.

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  • its816am

    I will never forget the day I got his autograph!! All the love from Istanbul, love your music!!

    23 Dec 2008 Reply