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LTJ Bukem’s music, as much as his ‘In Session’ stranglehold on Room Two on the last Friday of the month, has been well documented over the years. His FABRICLIVE 46 mix may have physically marked the relationship he has with us here, but what he still continues to do is push a more musical tangent within drum & bass. It’s a trait he looks out for, recognizing the melodic possibilities of tracks and producers and he still continues to put them on, giving them the opportunity to show the rest of us what he saw in them from the get go.

“The music is still very much alive. Years ago a lot of doubters said the music, the people, the soul of what we were all trying to create wouldn’t last a year… it’s all a matter of opinion” – LTJ Bukem

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