Kemistry & Storm

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It all began in the late 80s: KEMISTRY & STORM had had enough of their hometown in middle England and moved down to London. Until then, Birmingham-born Kemistry had spent most of her tender years studying as a make-up artist in Sheffield while Storm was studying radiology in Oxford. The pair discovered acid house in London, partied at illegal warehouse raves, and at the end of the 80s stumbled upon ‘Rage’, Fabio and Grooverider’s legendary and influential club night at Heaven, which can be legitimately dubbed as the origin of the entire Breakbeat/Jungle/Hardcore/Drum ‘n’ Bass movement. This is where they decided to dedicate their future entirely to music – as DJs.

The Who’s Who of 90's British Drum ‘n’ Bass producers abounds on DJ-Kicks, and with Goldie, Dom + Roland, Digital, DJ Die, Johnny L and J Majik, features old friends of KEMISTRY & STORM. Any trainspotter can see that with labels like Metalheadz, Full Cycle, XL, Test, Renegade Hardware or Formation, the duo work their way through a range of the most diverse styles, and make DJ-Kicks an exciting testament to contemporary Breakbeat culture.


1. Dom + Roland – Trauma
2. John B. – Olé
3. The Architex + DJ Loxy – Submerged
4. Test – The Fuse
5. Digital & Spirit – Mission Accomplished
6. DJ Die – Clear Skyz
7. Bill Riley – Closing In
8. Sci-Clone – Everywhere I Go (Remix)
9. Decoder – Stash
10. Goldie – Hyaena
11. Jonny L – Uneasy
12. John B. – Pressure
13. Primary Motive – Venom
14. J Majik – Space Jam
15. Test – Static (K7 Mix)
16. Absolute Zero & Subphonics – The Code
17. Test – Tronik Funk

Double LP
A1. Primary Motive – Venom
A2. Bill Riley – Closing In
B1. Jonny L – Uneasy
B2. John B. – Olé
C1. DJ Die – Clear Skyz
C2. Absolute Zero & Subphonics – The Code
D1. John B. – Pressure
D2. Dom + Roland – Trauma