Judge Jules is heading to Bristol this week as part of a five-date UK tour, that will see him breathe new life into some of the music he built his career on.
one of the most famous DJs of all time and synonymous with 90s club culture
The original superstar DJ earned his moniker while studying law at London School of Economics, though, realising he was onto something big, he paused his academic career to focus on launching his music one – presiding over dancefloors instead of the courtroom, becoming one of the most famous DJs of all time and synonymous with 90s club culture.
Though Judge Jules been seemingly quiet in the UK in recent years, he has continued to influence Ibiza’s club music scene with regular residencies, as well as hosting his Global Warm Up podcasts, which receive up to 750,000 downloads weekly.
reworking some iconic tracks of the era that defined his career
Now, Judge Jules is taking cues from other 90s dance music legends including Goldie and Hacienda Classical’s Graeme Park and heading out on a UK tour with a 10-piece live band – reworking some iconic tracks of the era that defined his career.
Arriving at Thekla on 18 April, this will be Judge Jules’ second Bristol show in under a year, headlining VegFest 2018, as well flying over for an intimate two-hour set at The Doghouse last summer, when he put together a 30-minute guest mix for us.
Judge Jules’ skilful mixing and pace-building comes with more than 30 years spent behind the decks
Though the guest mix showcases the progressive house and trace music that inspires him today, it’s a solid reminder of Judge Jules’ skilful mixing and pace-building that comes with more than 30 years spent behind the decks. You can hear it in full below –