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Dance music has a habit of running in cycles, so whilst the newbies are discovering the latest ‘old’ style, the veterans of the industry already have it down to a fine art.
Having been a fundamental part of the UK scene since the 90’s, amassing three UK top 20 singles and over a staggering 4 million record sales worldwide, Jeremy Sylvester has refocused and thrown himself into recording a long awaited debut album.

With a mass of fresh new releases up his ever experienced sleeve, Jeremy is moving forward and embodying his vast knowledge with a great perception of what works, as well as mixing in something innovative and fresh, to keep himself a cut above the rest.

With respected EDM figureheads like Disclosure and Basement Jaxx all showing great support for Jeremy’s talent and vision, as well as noting him as one of their influences, he is now embarking on a tour of the US and Australia to once again spread the seed of his unique style. After working with artists like Shola Ama, All Saints, KC & JoJo and Kristine Blonde, Jeremy is now set to extend his collaboration portfolio with some of the best DJs and vocalists around working with him on pioneering new tracks.

Jeremy is a DJ who is capable of covering a vast repertoire of styles, blending them into one sound that has become synonymous and identifiable to him as a DJ. Combining a mix of deep house/garage, classic 90’s style house, deep tech and jacking with a bit of old skool 4×4 garage thrown in for good measure, Jeremy’s diversity and sheer panache is second to none.
His cool DJ sets are known for twisting the dance floor into a sexy melange of movement before letting loose into a filthy beat, Jeremy knows what the crowd want, and he knows how to give it to them.

Not just content as a respected spin doctor behind the decks, Jeremy also embodies everything he brings to his live sets into a whirlwind of production where he flawlessly shows off his DJ sound, showcasing exclusives, mash-ups and remixes whilst combining all of his influences into one big melting pot of dance music splendour.

As the years go by, Jeremy goes on to prove himself time and time again as being an industry mainstay, having built up a stellar reputation as a player who knows exactly what he is talking about. Despite his many years on the scene, the best is yet to come from Jeremy.


The Jungle / Drum n Bass Years (Biggest hits ‘Screwface & Fantasy)
Dubtronix, Dubtronic / Darkus via Cream Recordings, S.A S Recordings, Q-Dance Recordings, Renk Records, B9 Recordings and Peppermint Jam Recordings (Germany).

The Nice n Ripe Years
: 24/7, Big J, Champagne Bubbler, Darkus, Deep Cover Inc, Dirty Life, Dub Foundation, Everyday People , Freak Da’ Funk, G.I. Sly, Groove Committee, Groove Connektion, Hornet, The, J & S, Jazz Mondo, Lost Project, The, M.F. Project, Miles Fontaine, New Age, Phat Kat Inc, Pure Orange, Sly, Strickly Dubz, Tweaker Pimps, Undercover Trax, Urban Dubz

The Azuli Records Years: Jeremy Sylvester, Class A, Electronica and Socafrica

In Groups:
 3-Play, Ambassadors Of Sting, Asylum, The, Boogie Masters, C.I.D., Class A, Club Asylum, Asylum, Dead Ringers, Dub Syndicate Productions, Dubtronix, Feela, Forward Motion (3), G.O.D., Global Rhythm, Good Karma, Housebreakerz, Juice String, Lap Dance, Mel Day, Question 4 You, Rhythm Construction Co., The, Sly & Poolio, Sly Paul, Studio Pressure (2), Sunsonik, Their’s Only One, Twyce As Nyce, X-Factor 7
Azuli Records
Electronica, Class A, Jeremy Sylvester

Stealth Records / Defected Recordings
: Pure Orange, Juice String


His back catalog of underground stuff is unbelievable.Disclosure (Guy)

Club Asylum aka Jeremy Sylvester, Grant Nelson and Tuff Jam who were there from the early days of UK Garage.DJ EZ

UK producer Jeremy Sylvester’s new remix of Kindness and Robyn’s beautiful collab, “Who Do You Love.” In this version, the quiet, pulsing Otherness track gets a boost from Sylvester’s kinetic blend of house and garage beats and occasional transformation of Robyn’s voice into the kind whose deep timbre sounds like a dude in witness protection who’s giving an anonymous interview on TV or the radio.Paper Magazine NYC

I don’t think many DJs at Apple could get away with playing Sound Stream, Todd Edwards and Jeremy Sylvester, let alone Ron Hardy (the Obi Blanche edit which, to my surprise, seemed to get the biggest reaction of the night)Disclosure

The early 2000’s saw a wave of new talented producers pushing the 4/4 Garage sound forward while keeping elements of the classic 90’s sound. The biggest difference with the classic era of 4/4 was that the speed increased a little bit more and the sound was focused on dubs with a really bumpy feeling and really intricate vocal cut-ups instead of full vocals or “official” remixes of R&B tracks. A really interesting and prolific period because of new faces like Qualifide, DJ Ski, Duncan Powell producing alongside pioneers of the sound like Club Asylum (Jeremy Sylvester), Todd Edwards, Karl Brown (half of Tuff Jam) and even El-B had outstanding collaborations with Karl Brown under the El-Tuff nameMusic Sanctuary

One of the tracks I dropped in my set took me back to my UK Garage roots growing up as a teen which was Jeremy Sylvester – Making Love, It made me want to dig deeper into my garage influence sounds and bring that out a bit more. The track shows how timeless it is to fit right into my set that night. Amazing tune.Roska

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