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Jackson Homer: Studio 79 EP Launch

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Jackson Homer: Studio 79 EP Launch
We are delighted to welcome DJ & Producer Jackson Homer back to Juju’s for the launch of his brand new EP ‘Studio 79’, inviting along some talented friends J.Ar.J, ZEE-2 (live) and Scruz to celebrate with him. Free entry all night.

Jackson Homer:


Jackson Homer is a British producer and DJ based just outside of Birmingham, whose timeless sound invokes names such as Disclosure, Daft Punk and Kaytranada. Through his father being a DJ, Jackson was always surrounded by music whilst growing up.


Around the age of just 7, Jackson Homer conveyed a curiosity for DJ’ing and began learning the fundamentals. This was not long before Jackson also became intrigued by the process of music production and developed a passion for it.


Frequently travelling back and forth to London to work with various artists, Jackson demonstrates his dedication to his career as a producer.


Jackson Homer’s debut album (’99) undoubtedly exhibits his talent for music production. Each track differs to the last, yet ties together in a thoughtful composition. Jackson has now over 1.2 million streams on Spotify since his first release in March 2022.

About J.Ar.J:


J.Ar.J (pronounced jay-are-jay) is an in-demand Music Producer/DJ from London. Extremely versatile in his sounds, J.Ar.J works with many of the newest Artists (YIIGAA, Hyphen, Legzdina, DEJA, Lucy Tun etc) and also established artists (Jordan Stephens, MiC Lowry) helping to develop and create a unique soundscape that helps them stand out.


About ZEE-2:

ZEE-2 is the London based duo made up of half Japanese and half English, Saïna and Zoe, who hails from Hong Kong. Saïna branches out her singer-songwriter and producer path to evolve her love for soulful, afro and electronic music. Joining forces with director and graphic designer, Zoe, they come together to share the love of their favourite jams.


About Scruz:
scruz, a Bristol based quasi-viral producer, with various collabs between Headie One and Niko B, consistently attempts to compensate for the lack of intense, euphoric and smile-on-your-face feelings, in a world where popular music is more like corporate general anaesthesia. A combination of upbeat, fast-paced garage drums, fat bass lines and juicy chords are the key ingredients to a trademark scruz set.
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