DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #64

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #64

Simba – Phase Seq One (Original Mix)
Honeysweet – Good Ol Love (Honeycomb Vocal Mix)
Tracy Hamlin – Home (Scott Wozniak Hump Mix)
Max Graef – Itzehoe
Pascal Morais – Maikal X – Righteous Way (Original Mix)
Boddhi Satva – Ze_ Pe_que_nio – Stop Jealousy (Ancestral Soul Mix)
SoulPoizen – Mthuthu – Intomb’ emnyama (Betasweet & Snipes Tribute To Velile Mix)
Boddhi Satva – Leslie Kisumuna – How Sex Changes Things (Sunset Ritual Mix)
Lavista D – Groovy Mood (Original Mix)
Monocles – Precious Maleho – Louder (Soulface Remix)
Monocles – Precious Maleho – Louder (Thabzen Bibo Remix)
Young DJ – Nancy M – Nguwe (Original Mix)
Fabio Tosti – Dawn Williams – Move (TnT Inc.Concept Mix)
Poncho Warwick – Devil Took My Soul (Original)
Max & Sims – Body To Body (Original Mix)
Marlon D – MenaKeys – It_s Your Life (Rhemi Remix)

Booking Inquires for Jaymz Nylon

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #63

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #63

Jimi Jules – Hello A-hole
Giom – The Move (Original)
Tyrone Lee – Get My Life Back (Galactic Soul Mix)
Atjazz – Jullian Gomes – Osunlade – Philosophy
Fourfeet – Shine (Original Mix)
Nutty Nys – Feat. Nadine Richardson – A Wonderful Day (Sentimental Retake)
SoulPoizen – Mthuthu – Intomb’ emnyama (Betasweet & Snipes Tribute To Velile Mix)
Boddhi Satva – Leslie Kisumuna – How Sex Changes Things (Sunset Ritual Mix)
Boston Rodriguez – Cherie Mathieson – Lost in Space (DJ Spinna Galactic Soul Remix)
Tai Malone – Taken Over (Booker T Main Mix.)
Manjit – Leanne Lawson – The Love I’ve Lost (Original Mix)
Lilac Jeans – LaVeda – Hand and Glove
DJ Khazaza – Pluto – Matthew Kay – Wasted Time (BDBM Main Mix)

Booking Inquires for Jaymz Nylon

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #47

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #47

Steven Stone – Nicole Mitchell – Temptation (Original) – Soul Deluxe
Volta Cab – Frank H Carter III – I Feel Good In My Skin (Ray Mang & Severino Remix) – Lost Paradise
Terri Walker – He Loves Me (Yoruba Soul Mix) -Defected
Nandaroots – Blue Skies (Original Mix) – House365 Records
John Lundun – Calandra – Take Care (Chymamusique Remix) – Chymamusiq
Lou Gorbea – Chris Perez – Manchildblack – Missing You (Groove Assassin Vocal) – Tribe Records
Byron J. Moore – Mama Used To Say (Libation vocal) – Global Soul Music
Dennis Wonder – I’ll Keep You Safe (Miss Luna Remix) – SoulDeep Inc. Records
Osunlade – Camera Shy (Andres Remix) – Yoruba
Danism – Rae – Gimme Love – Nocturnal Groove
Jevido Del Cee – World Catastrophe – DNH
Dino Lenny – I’m Coming Home (Purple Disco Machine Remix) – Exploited
Merwyn (Virgo Four) – Help The Houseless (Shelter Mix) – SoulDeep Inc. Records
Johannes Brecht – What’s About (Original Mix) – Poker Flat
Juan De Dios – Missing You(Always On My Mind Mix) – Nylon Trax

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #46

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #46

Leandro P. Feat Anthony Poteat – Take Control – Nylon Trax
Byron J. Moore – Sack Full of Dreams (Libation vocal) – Global Soul Music
John Lundun – Calandra – Take Care (Main Mix) – Chymamusiq Records
De’Borah – Mind Control (Terry’s Bang Orig Mix) – T’s Box
Gabbana Da Deejay – 1000 Before Deep (Gemini Boys Ritual Dub Mix) –
James Johnston – Taking over Me – Delayed Audio
Kojo Akusa – Les-ego – Trust (Original Mix) – Beat Rebelz
Masaki Morii – In The Music – Adaptation Music
Masaki Morii – Circle Line – Adaptation Music
Gabbana Da Deejay – Jupiter Love (Original Sax Interpretation) – Deeptribe
The Boss – Orisha (Franco De Mulero & The Soul Creative Ibitaly Remix) –
Green Tea – The Bass (Mike Dunn’s Basshead MixX) – T’s Box
Luis Radio – Drums Of The Tiger (Original Mix) – Power Of The Drum
Marlon D – Drum Skat (Skat That) – Power Of The Drum
SoulDeep Inc – Monsoon (A Journey On The Wild Side) (Original Mix) – SoulDeep Inc. Records
Vincenzo Ciotoli – Sunny Monday – Street King

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #45

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #45

Howard Johnson – Keeping Love New – 12Shades – Strip Down Mix – Promo Only
Osunlade – What Gets You High – Yoruba
Matt Prehn – Dene Theron – Easy January (Max Lyazgin Remix) – Pole Position Recordings
Justin Velor – Back To The Source (Ashley Beedle & Moodymanc After Dark Mix) – Brutal Music
Borrowed Identity – Mechanical Soulbrother – Music (Original Mix) – Quintessentials
Uness – Hallex M – Loic L – Sahara (Original) – Tribe Records
Urban Sound Lab – Selina Campbell – Nothing New (Phil Asher Remix) – Quantize Recordings
Giovanni Ikome – Frankie Foncett – Every Night (Hardbody Mix) – Exemplary Music Makerz
Thembi Seete – Thuntsha Lerole –
C-Major SA – Ceboh – Amazing (Afro Mix) – Melomania Records
Luis Machuca – Olive Jean Love – Soul Inspiration (Original Vocal Mix – Delecto
Prophets Of The South – Ek Maak Julle Dance (Original Mix) – Tief Music
Mash.O – Crazy Old Man – Dikgomo – Herbal 3 Records
Tylo – Nolwazi Mabena – Take Your Love Away (Soul Poizen Herbs & Soul Feel) – Audio Jazz Records

For Jaymz Nylon DJ Bookings: bookings@nylonrecordings.com

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SAY WATT? LE CULTE DU SOUND SYSTEM L’EXPOSITION…

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via: La Gaîté
EXPOSURE ( SAY WATT? )
SAY WATT? THE CULT OF THE SOUND SYSTEM
THE EXHIBITION
From June 21 to August 25, 2013 / All public
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Via the wave Sound System, Say Watt guide the visitor to his Jamaican debut to his extrapolations in contemporary art, through his contributions to culture Do It Yourself.

The sound system, the portable sound system, mobile disco … The terms are different, the constant remains: the street who invented this musical expression. Rave party in Europe with protests from Kingston to Belem, from France to Colombia to Kenya, huge readers K7 rappers, the amplified sound of the sound systems is the common point of the last decades of music and popular gatherings.
And what began as a traveling disco in Jamaican ghettos in American cellars 50s revolutionized the way of listening to music. Radically different cultures have since adopted this cult object, appropriating through many hacks.
The sound system also has the distinction of having been, over the years and needs an artistic, religious and political speaker. For the first time an exhibition addresses a technological component at the root of all contemporary urban music and has contributed to the emergence of major musical movements. But not only by appropriating in the codes, many contemporary artists have come, over time, they also bring their vision of “sound system culture,” questioning the colonization of public space through sound.

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Extract from the photo series “Last Dance in Notting”
(Credit: Patrick Gherdoussi)

STREET-WORLD OF SOUND SYSTEM

Where it raises its speakers, the sound system culture is still a phenomenon at the margin, poorly known, unknown, drawing its origins in a need for the street. This introduction to the exhibition is a visual approach not wolf, sound and “philosophical” of what this mysterious culture underground. Totem facade Sound Garden Tal Isaac Hadad in editing images by obsessive collectors of photos on Facebook, ambulation will discover seven illustrations photo appropriations of sound system in the world with a giant slide, d apprehend what is meant to distance the walls of Berlin club Berghain with Soundwalk Collective, but also to discover a bustling and unique visual communication through dancehall ultra-cult Jamaican Denzil “Sassa” Naar posters and flyers old rap pioneer Buddy Esquire school.
With: Denzil “Sassa” Naar (flyers), Buddy Esquire (posters), Tal Isaac Hadad (installation-sculpture Sound Garden), Soundwalk Coll ective (install sound ation), Alex Smailes (photos), Wilfrid Esteve (photos), Katie Callan (photos), Mirjam Wirz (photos), Vincent Rosenblatt (photos), Patrick Gherdoussi (photos)

From the series “Rub a Dub Style”
(Credit: Beth Lesser)

FROM ROOTS TO CULTURE

Say Watt? makes in this second step of the way to Jamaica supported a tribute to his knew rappers on local sound systems authentic icons of street culture, enhanced by photos of Beth Lesser, an adventurous Canadian who went document the bubbling scene in the slums of Kingston in the early 80s. At the same time, another artist does not know it yet, but it would be decades later cult of the illustrations, artful and hilarious, he at the time para dozens of albums, posters, books. His name? Limonious. Wilfred Limonious, died in 1999, but seeing emerge here as the first posthumous retrospective worthy of his prolific output.
With Beth Lesser (pictures rub-a-dub style) Limonious (pack of records and memorabilia), Lick It Back (Installation vintage sound system King Tubby’s Hometown Hi Fi).

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Photo montage series “The Boombox Project”, 2010
(Credit: Lyle Owerko)
RADIO RAHEEM

Named after the character in the Spike Lee film Do The Right Thing, which can not move without his giant radio station, the third sequence of exposure carries logically epic in the Bronx, figuratively and quite literally, since whom history has chosen as the first rapper, Kool Herc, is a … Jamaican immigrant in New York! On the menu, the cult around boomboxes so dear to Raheem, photographed with the respect of relics by Lyle Owerko, tribute to block-parties, the street parties that saw the birth of the hip hop movement, by sculptor JYB but what remains today of the first house of rap, at 1520 Sedgwick, by photographer John Short …
With Lyle Owerko (Photos – The Boombox Project), John Short (Photos Home of Hip-Hop) JYB (Sculptures – The Merry Go Round).

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Installation “Ikea Sound System” by David Renault, 2012
(photo credit: Mathieu Tremblin)
FOLK IT, DO IT YOURSELF

It was predictable: so cool, so shitty, so reprenable to his own account, the imaging dancehall and hip hop debut ended up doing around the world, inspired by nature, by the way, many proponents artists Do It Yourself, willing to pay a tribute to how folk art which has since become a culture of its own.
The bike amentities speaker Tchic Boom Boom made in Toulouse is a prime example. As are the sound system cardboard mown Mexican Dub Iration who, unable to afford the real equipment, reproduce trompe l’oeil to give the thrill of being at the Notting Hill Carnival, or Ikea sound David Renault system, whistleblower ready-to-eat – but decided to embellish!
With: The Toolkit (Installation – Tchic Boom Boom) Dub Iration (Installation – Iration Dub) David Renault (Installation – Ikea sound system).

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“Squeeeque” Installing Alexis O’Hara
(photo credit: design-photo.com)
EXPERIMENTS, EXPERIMENTS

Room for experimentation. Very direct, as in the small soundproof room where Watts is diffuse full amps, very fun, like the sonic igloo of the Canadian Alexis O’Hara, sometimes tinged with concern about or more political . As an airlock videos implementation vibrations of metal structures by Art Of Failure warn that sometimes the experience can get out of control, becoming a quasi-military weapon (sonic radar Mark Bain), or a means of coercion while short, as shown in the film Yeter Akyaz Volcler and Juliet, produced specially for Say Watt? around the book of the latter, The Sound As Weapon.
With: Mark Bain (Installation – Sonic Radar), Juliette Volcler and Yeter Akyaz (video / animation), Art Of Failure (Video Architecture resonant) Alexis O’Hara (Installation – Squeeeque).

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The Gobelins School of Image
CARTE BLANCHE TO GOBLIN, SCHOOL OF THE IMAGE

Animation, videos, photos, multimedia projects throughout the school year, in collaboration with the English label Scotch Bonnet Records, was given carte blanche to eight groups of students from the prestigious School of Visual Gobelins for create eight projects around the sound system culture. Their films will be screened at the Gaîté Lyrique in a special preview during the duration of Say Watt? and for a few selected concerts.
• Preview: Tuesday 2 July and 19.30 – free access to the auditorium
• continuously on the wall of the historic home on the second floor
• www.gobelins.fr

DJ Jaymz Nylon Live @ the Legendary Flammable in Seattle 12-16-2012…

DJ Jaymz Nylon Live @ the Legendary Flammable in Seattle 12-16-2012… *My apologizes for not adding a playlist but I had to give the Flammable dancers all of my attention…

 

 

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DJ Jaymz Nylon Recorded Live @ Passage Nov. 14, 2012


DJ Jaymz Nylon Recorded Live @ “Passage” Nov.14,2012 at ETG in Seattle, WA.
DJs Jaymz Nylon and Joey Webb turn this House into a Home every Wed. night
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Play List
Trevor Mako – Lonely (Original Mix)
TwoPlusOne – Barabara (Main Mix)
Ree Morris – Fly With Me (DJ Christos Magic Session Mix)
Vanessa Daou – Once In A While (Roberto Rodriguez Every Now And Then Dub)
James Talk, Cari Golden – Ain’t That The Way
Rock My World (Zepherin Saint Tribe Vocal Mix)
Namy, Josh Milan – From Now On (DJ Spen & N’Dinga Gaba Deeper Shades of Dub)
Namy, Josh Milan – From Now On (DJ Spen & N’Dinga Gaba Remix)
Namy, Josh Milan – From Now On (Aki Bergen & Daniel Jaze Dub)
Mr. Gone – Do For Love (Radio Slave Remix)
Fred Everything – Circles One
Kyodai – My Thing (Chopstick & Johnjon Remix)
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Nick Curly – Underground (Dennis Ferrer Remix)
Lord Of The Isles – Year Of The City (Original Mix)
Mike Dunn – Rise! (Mike Dunn’s BlackBall Vokal)

Some have already referred to “Passage” as church, home or just a great event where they can move freely, removing the shackles from the daily grind and to share their love of the dance. 
DJ’s; Jaymz Nylon and Joey Webb’s well curated selections of the deep and soulful House Music is overflowing with their love and passion for the music. 
Upon entering “Passage” the listener will immediately feel welcome and a familiar warmth as now they have truly found their House Music Mecca…
Passage “a night of spiritual release…”

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DJ Jaymz Nylon Recorded Live @ Diggin’ Deep Nov. 9, 2012


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Uniting Souls presents…

DIGGIN’ DEEP @ ETG
every 2nd Friday

Yes, Diggin’ Deep is moving to 2nd Fridays!! Join US on Friday November 9th @ ETG for a special Uniting Souls record-release celebration featuring…

DJ SULLI – Hype & Soul, Amfibius, USM

JAYMZ NYLON – Brooklyn/Seattle

AMES HENRY – Seattle

Uniting Souls resident DJs
RAMIRO | DEEPVIBEZ | JEROMY NAIL | SEAN IMAGINA
http://www.unitingsouls.com/

Special Performances by Master Xenagogue and Solara Flair!!!!!!

Solara Flair will also be facepainting and selling Flair all night.

Celebrating the release of the forthcoming EP “Our Sound” by DJ Sulli featuring classic vocals by Jaymz Nylon, and remixes by Jordan Strong, Nonfiction, The Architects, DJ Dennis, and Sulli & 5657

Electric Tea Garden, 1402 E Pike St, Seattle WA 98122
21+ 10pm-4am Free before 11pm $10 after

DJ SULLI – BIO
Sulli in an anomaly amongst House DJs… a holdover from the vinyl days, his 20 years behind the decks have allowed him to evolve a sound that is uniquely his own. Calling his brand of driving deepness “Soul-Tech”, Sulli claims some of the early pioneers of this sound as his biggest influences. “I came up on the early Murk sound and listening to SF OG’s like Spun, Thomas, Jeno …this has had a profound effect on what I do, even today” says Sean. This sound has since been translated musically across dozens of releases since 1999 & through his labels Hype & Soul and Amfibius. But Sulli is first & foremost a DJ. “performing on the decks is everything to me, playing to musically inspired crowds is the driving motivator behind what I do. Having performed on 5 continents and across North America, Sulli has come full circle with his music, but over the decades, his drive to perform, while meeting new people and seeing amazing places…. has only gotten stronger…. “No two shows are ever the same, so I try to come gunnin’ with positive energy, great trax & zero expectations….”However you choose to experience this artists music, you will be sure to find depth within his various musical premises. Sulli claims to “channel the old school” when he’s in the studio, striving to create trax with meaning and an inherent connection to the listeners every-day trial and tribulations. Help us give him a warm welcome back to Seattle!

JAYMZ NYLON – BIO
New Yorker DJ/Producer/Artist-Jaymz Nylon burst on to the global scene in 1993 with his first timeless release Ofunwa “It All Begins Here” on Tribal America. Since then he has put out a steady stream of genre-morphing productions for premiere indie labels like King Street/Nitegrooves, Eight Ball, Irma, Loveslap! and Goya/Main Squeeze and his own imprints Nylon Recordings and Nylon Trax. Nylon is hailed as the godfather of Afro-tech, his music is a heady alchemy of African, Latin and jazz grooves. A recent transplant to Seattle, Jaymz brings over two decades of experience & soulfulness to the Emerald City, a sound that will surely satisfy the Sou

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DJ Jaymz Nylon Recorded Live @ Passage Nov. 7, 2012


DJ Jaymz Nylon Recorded Live @ “Passage” Sept. 12, 2012 at ETG in Seattle, WA.
DJs Jaymz Nylon and Joey Webb turn this House into a Home every Wed. night
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Play List
Anane – Love To Love You Baby (DJ Spinna & Reelsoul Tribute Remix Vocal Mix) – Vega
Marissa Guzman – Time To Go (Black Coffee Mix) – Juicy Lucy
Guti and Dubshape – Every Cow Has A Bird – Guti and Dubshape – Every Cow Has A Bird – Crosstown Rebels
DJ Mes & Sonny Fodera – Wanna Do – Guesthouse
Jam P – Open Up (Aaron Ross Remix) – The Brothers
Lance Desardi – Expressions – Lazy Days Recordings
MIXTURE PART2 – DJ JUS ED- Underground Quality
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Vick Lavender – Mateo’s Groove (Sophisticado Deep Mix) – Deeptrax
Urban Sound Lab, Naki Akrobettoe – Urban Sound Lab Ft. Naki Akrobettoe – Fly High (Spaced Dub) – Room Control
Steven Stone, Marc Evans – Who’s To Blame (Pasha NoFrost Not To Blame Remix) – Soul Deluxe Recordings
Frankie Knuckles, Director’s Cut – The Whistle Song (Re-Directed) – Nocturnal Groove Digital
Mellow Baku And The Friday People – Make It Brighter (Atjazz Remix) – Atjazz Record Company
DJ Roland Clark, Urban Soul – Until We Meet Again (Sean McCabe Remix) – King Street
DJ Funky T – Dj Funky T Presents FIRE EP (Deeply Lost) – Room Control
Kings Of Groove, Andrea Love – Body & Soul (Terry Hunter Main Club Mix) – Solid Ground

Some have already referred to “Passage” as church, home or just a great event where they can move freely, removing the shackles from the daily grind and to share their love of the dance. 
DJ’s; Jaymz Nylon and Joey Webb’s well curated selections of the deep and soulful House Music is overflowing with their love and passion for the music. 
Upon entering “Passage” the listener will immediately feel welcome and a familiar warmth as now they have truly found their House Music Mecca…
Passage “a night of spiritual release…”

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