7 Sides of Terror Danjah & P Jam [Interview & Mix] | Selector Afterdark


This week’s mix comes from Terror Danjah B2B P Jam. Read the interview with Terror Danjah now.

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Introduce yourself and tell us about the part of the UK you’re from?
Hi I’m Terror Danjah & I’m from the East End of London.
 
Can you tell us a bit about what you’ve been working on recently?
I’ve just relaunched my label ‘Hardrive’ with a slew of releases planned to come out and I’ve been DJing up and down the country a lot as well.
 
And can you talk us through the mix?
Myself & P Jam went back 2 back and we decided to play some of our own productions, as well as tracks we have tested out in the clubs.
 
Nice, talk us through the British music featured in this mix? Which British artists are you most excited about?
It’s just mainly instrumental Grime but there are a few vocal bits in the mix. Jammz & Rocks Foe are my tips to do big things as British artists.
 
Cool, tell us about some of your British musical Heroes and influences in general?
I was heavily influenced by sound system & pirate radio DJs in the early 90’s. From a British perspective, Saxon Sound, Coxsone Sound, Station FM, Ragga FM & Kool FM. DJ wise, it was Brockie, Nicky Blackmarket. DJ Hype and DJ Rap.
 
Great and what’s on the cards in the immediate future?
To make ‘Hardrive’ the label everyone talks about again.
This week’s mix comes from Terror Danjah B2B P Jam. Read the interview with Terror Danjah now.
 
And finally, where is the best place in the world you have performed and why?
I have to say two, Club Paradiso in Amsterdam because of the sound quality is amazing, from the clarity to the bass. Also The Shelter in China, that place is special because it used to be a bomb shelter so you feel like you’re a small insect trapped inside a bass cone soaking up the bass.