DJ Trace

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31 May
Gala Room

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Icons Volume 2 With Dj Trace (Dsci4/117/uk)

ICONS Volume 2 with DJ TRACE (DSCI4/117/UK)

PLEASE NOTE THE VENUE CHANGE - NOW @ THE GALA ROOM, BACK OF THE AUSTRAL, RUNDLE STREET.

Since rave’s earliest days DJ Trace has been a prominent figure carving his niche and blazing an unmistakable trail in the jungle/drum & bass community. A regular at the iconic churches of Rage and Telepathy, the Londoner then proceeded to work closely with two of the most influential jungle imprints of the time: Lucky Spin and No U-Turn where he and fellow pioneers such as Nico, Ed Rush and Fierce honed the essence of tech-step. He also released the massive Sonar on Grooverider’s Prototype among many other era-defining cuts including the memorable Mutant series.

In 1999, he established his own influential imprint: DSCI4, one of the earliest labels to champion international talent. Responsible for early or debut releases from the likes of Black Sun Empire, Mindscape, Chris.SU, Task Horizon, Silent Witness, and many more, He’s also behind the more recent label 117, a rougher, more breakbeat based imprint that he set up in 2013, starting with DJ Future’s ‘Is It Safe/ Evil Place’ 12” release, years before the current upswing in Jungle.

The Zone EP, his first full EP release as DJ Trace since 2003, dropped in 2018 and since then has been firing on all cylinders, releasing a prolific number of projects on his own labels as well as others, including Deep Jungle & CNVX. The Nine Windows project with Kid Drama continues to receive wide spread notoriety and his highly anticipated collaboration with HLZ ‘Raptor EP’ is set for release on Metalheadz in 2024.

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