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Flow Mechanics

by Jerome Hill

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Intro 00:25
Chickens 01:01
Knob Jitter 05:18
More Chicken 01:15
I Don't 06:39


Audio preview: bit.ly/3iYeLWF

At the very coalface of the UK rave/breakbeat/techno/call it what you like scene since the 1990s, Jerome Hill is something of a hidden treasure amongst the plethora of DJs and producers to have dropped both bangers and bloopers over the ensuing three decades. With minimum of fuss and fanfare, Hill has steered record labels like Super Rhythm Trax, Don’t, Fat Hop and Hornsey Hardcore to revered acclaim, as well as firing out a consistent stream of releases for imprints such as Matthew Herbert’s Accidental Jr, Exalt Records, and I Love Acid, to name but a few.

Surprisingly, ‘Flow Mechanics’ is Hill’s debut album after a production career that kicked off in 1998 as one half of Groove Asylum. And its collection of unabashed acid and rave bangers is a perfect fit for the Hypercolour label, whose personnel over the last few years has included Luke Vibert, DMX Krew, Shelley Parker and Gary Gritness. Tracks produced directly for club play; the album features 8 cuts destined to fit in cross-genre sets.

With pumping electro cuts such as ‘Deafening Lull’ and ‘Knob Jitter’, four to the floor acid stompers like ‘Walk The Plank’, the mutant garage of ‘Brought Up Badly’ and the house groover ‘Stax Had The Funk’, ‘Flow Mechanics’ is a joyous romp through rave’s sound palette, replete with playful samples and skits (featured on the vinyl LP version), and a mischievous demeanour that affords the listener an lively album that doesn’t take itself too seriously.


released March 3, 2023

Written, Produced & Arranged by Jerome Hill
P & C 2023 Hypercolour


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Hypercolour Records London, UK

Specialising in house, techno, breaks, rave and other underground dance sounds, Hypercolour are now in their 10th year. Key artists include Luke Vibert, DMX Krew, Maya Jane Coles, Huxley, Kris Wadsworth, Dense & Pika, Groove Armada, Kerrier District, Alex Jones and more... ... more

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