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Personal Artist Profiles
Adam McEvoy has been playing music since he was THREE YEARS OLD!!! He would listen to his musical teacher or the radio and then copy what he had heard on the piano. read more
A member of the JAL team in terms of both business and making music, AJ began a career with Just Another Label in 2006 as a songwriter. read more
Andy, aka Scythe, is the co-owner of Biotic and XXX Records with Chris Bishop (Facs). read more
Producer and engineer for Suburban Base Records during the label's 'golden period' between 1991-1993. Formed Soul Hooligan in 1997. Currently once again recording old skool-influenced hardcore breaks tracks for labels such as Hardcore Projektz and Warehouse Wax. read more
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Derbyshire-based Ben produces under the psuedonyms Invader & Visionary, delving into the realms of Hardcore, Trance, Breakbeat and Electronica. read more
Brent Newitt is one third of the Aquasky collective, who released two singles on the Bear Necessities imprint. read more
Craig Morris has always been influenced by Rap and Hip Hop. At 12 years old he was saving his dinner money to fuel his addiction for new records. read more
Daniel's sheer love for the music was enough to initiate a DJ spot at parties. By 1989 he was performing professionally in a record shop which was the stepping stone to a world-wide career. read more
Daniella has supplied vocals to some of JAL's well-known tracks, but is shy and retiring, wishing to stay out of the limelight. read more
Darren, aka D-Zyne, is one-third of the JDS trio but has worked as a solo artist with Billy Bunter on the GBT imprint and has produced for JAL's Stompin Choons and XY2 labels. read more
Dave Bumpstead is a self trained singer / song writer. He has been 'in the game' since he was 17 years and old... read more
Dave May fell into the scene via the help of Kiss 100 and originally made up one half of the Rareform production team, although struck out on his own after making "Spinechilla" read more