Back To Mine with Jamal Dixon

New Jersey’s Jamal Dixon spent his early days engrossed in New York’s club scene, working at the legendary Tunnel, all while frequenting Timmy Regisford’s Shelter parties. He eventually earned his own residencies at APT and 205 and is now a head-turning techno producer who since 2020 has landed on labels such as Rhythm Section, Bastard Jazz, and Nylon Traxx. As his new single ‘The Cause’ drops on Fat Cat Records with Pleasure Planet, Disruptive Pattern Material and Tyler Pope remixes, DMCWorld goes back to mine with Jamal Dixon.

Hezekiah Walker & The Love Fellowship Choir – By Any Means Necessary

This choir started to get huge in the late 80s.  I would listen to this album often in my fathers car and I brought it with me to college.

Juice Crew – The Symphony

Juice Crew - The Symphony (Official Video)

This is one of the first videos I remember watching on Video Music Box.  Classic.

EMPD ft Redman & K-Solo

EPMD- Head Banger feat. K Solo & Redman (Official Video)

I think this was the first time I heard Redman.  We played this over and over again in High School.

M.O.P. – To The Death

M.O.P. - How About Some Hardcore

One of my favorite Hip-Hop groups when i was younger.

Mobb Deep – The Infamous

Mobb Deep - Shook Ones, Pt. II (Official HD Video)

I listened to the album almost every morning getting ready for school in the 90s.

Esthero –   Breath From Another

Breath From Another

I first heard them perform on the Chris Rock Show.  This CD stayed in my discman.

Roni Size & Reprazent – New Forms

Roni Size, Reprazent - Brown Paper Bag

I first saw this video on MTV’s Amp and I was blown away.

LTJ Bukem Presents Earth Vol. 1

I think I found this record when I worked at Final Home, I played it often at the shop.

Cajmere – Brighter Days (Underground Goodies Mix)

Cajmere ft. Brighter Days (Underground Goodies Mix)

This was a staple at every party in Newark in the 90s and still going strong in Jersey to this day.

Max Roach – Members, Don’t Git Weary

One of my favourite albums.

Jamal Dixon ‘The Cause’ is out now on Fat Cat Records.