Today we premiere a remix from none other than the master that is, Jerome Hill. The Don’t Label boss man comes in hot and heavy with broken techno massacre rendition of ALNA’s original, Jerome Hill at his finest.
London-based ALNA plays, produces and promotes bass-heavy techno, old school, acid, rave and breaks. Her musical journey started in her hometown Turin, where, since teenage years, she studied music, had a vocal coach and played and performed in multiple bands and in the theatre.
These days she is constantly evolving and makes regular appearances at clubs, warehouses and festivals across the UK and Europe. Her new label is also an event series in London and will serve up a mix of new school stars and original pioneers. The events evolved from ALNA’s Hypnosis parties that started in 2018 and left their mark in various East London locations.
The don Jerome Hill jumped on a remix for the release and put his classic funky spin on the original. Jerome came up through the illegal London warehouse scene of the 90s. He is a master of funk and runs labels including Don’t, Super Rhythm Trax and Hornsey Hardcore, and is an artist that represents DJing in its most vivid, creative and versatile form.
Jerome’s take on the original playful but, no less brutal. The drums are broken up, fizzing synths whip about with dystopian energy and eerie pads add a sense of depth to the track. This is a masterclass.