Lee Jones (Country Gents, Buslife Recordings) Interview

 

Lee Jones is one of the very first DJ’s I ever saw play deeper house, although I’m not sure it was that back then. Regardless, his Po Na Na sets and the music that came from them inspired me to get into the scene and 20 odd years later we’re both ticking along doing our things. Lee’s career spans the seminal DiY days, through illegal raves and more - he’s ploughed his own path more often than not and carved out a career others only dream of.

 

Good to catch up mate - it’s been a long time! We first met back in the early 2000’s in Reading - those were some great nights - but let’s start with how you got to that point, what got you into DJ’ing. What were your early influences? and you’re integral to the free rave scene - tell us about that and what makes it your thing?

 

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Lee Jones (Country Gents, Buslife Recordings) Interview

 

Lee Jones is one of the very first DJ’s I ever saw play deeper house, although I’m not sure it was that back then. Regardless, his Po Na Na sets and the music that came from them inspired me to get into the scene and 20 odd years later we’re both ticking along doing our things. Lee’s career spans the seminal DiY days, through illegal raves and more - he’s ploughed his own path more often than not and carved out a career others only dream of.

 

Good to catch up mate - it’s been a long time! We first met back in the early 2000’s in Reading - those were some great nights - but let’s start with how you got to that point, what got you into DJ’ing. What were your early influences? and you’re integral to the free rave scene - tell us about that and what makes it your thing?

 

Lee Jones (Country Gents, Buslife Recordings) Interview

 

Lee Jones is one of the very first DJ’s I ever saw play deeper house, although I’m not sure it was that back then. Regardless, his Po Na Na sets and the music that came from them inspired me to get into the scene and 20 odd years later we’re both ticking along doing our things. Lee’s career spans the seminal DiY days, through illegal raves and more - he’s ploughed his own path more often than not and carved out a career others only dream of.

 

Good to catch up mate - it’s been a long time! We first met back in the early 2000’s in Reading - those were some great nights - but let’s start with how you got to that point, what got you into DJ’ing. What were your early influences? and you’re integral to the free rave scene - tell us about that and what makes it your thing?