There first release under club asylum happened to be a highly popular bootleg vinyl release sampling Jodeci’s ‘Freak You’ which sold at the time over 20K copies, which is unheard of nowadays. This led to a massive hype about the Club Asylum duo which attracted the attention of the major record labels such as Virgin, MCA, Universal, EMI, London Records, Strictly Rhythm, Satellite, Polygram, Warners, BMG and many more all rushing to get a piece of the Club Asylum sound.
Off the back of this initial three volume release, came a string of high profile remixes by some of the biggest artist names in the industry including Shola Ama, All Saints, KC & Jo Jo, Kristine Blonde, Amira, Latricia McNeal, Genuwine, Barbara Tucker, Cleopatra, Kenny Thomas, Rahsaan Patterson, Busta Rhymes, Denada and many others.
Notable remixes where Shola Ama ‘Imagine’, KC & Jo Jo ‘Tell Me its Real’, Kristine Blonde ‘Love Shy’.
These all entered the British national charts with high positions.
After a few years having produced and released dozens of tunes and remixes together, they split and decided to go there own separate ways. Jeremy then continued the productions and remixes under the guise of “Club Asylum” on his own as well as focusing on his House projects.
Even though the output of releases, tracks and remixes did decrease after the peak of UK Garage around Y2K, Club Asylum is still alive and have now relaunched with a brand new sound for 2019 yet still keeping to its original musical roots and formula which they are well known for and that is to create high energy, dance floor friendly, feel good UK Garage songs and productions for the masses.
Expect a plethora of collaborations with various singer artists and well known MC’s to come.