Uber-remixologist Judge Jules mixes hard -- house, dance, trance -- putting his own spin on tunes by everyone from Paul Oakenfold to Beat Pusher. He's also a host on BB's high-profile Radio One show, where he was responsible for the air-drop debut of house music onto mainstream radio waves. The intercontinentally known mixmaster began spinning back in 1987, on the cusp of U.K.'s burgeoning acid-house years that he came to pioneer, when he landed a DJ job for the pirate turned legal radio station KISS-FM. The North London-raised bloke kicks off a tiny tour at Miami's Club Space, his second time at the downtown venue. So think globally but act locally -- and be one of the lucky Yanks to catch the first of only four shows Jules is doing in the U.S.
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