In the early 1990s you'd find the name Lee Bogush on 12"s on the Moving Shadow label released under the name DJ Harmony. Since these very earliest days in the jungle scene, he's been collecting dubplates of many of the most exclusive (and often unreleased) drum ’n’ bass tracks around – an obsession that's continued right up to the present day. Over two decades of trading, purchasing and blagging through his extensive contacts in the business, he's forged a collection of hundreds of dubplates that traces an alternative and untold history of the jungle scene. He joins Derek Walmsley in the studio for a two and a half hour Adventures In Sound And Music special on 6 March to talk through the collection and how it came together. Over the course of this special show he'll be digging deep into his bag of plates to play some of the most sought after tracks from back in the day, many of which coined the language of drum ’n’ bass but were forgotten or written out of official histories of the scene, and talking through his life in the drum 'n' bass from behind the record shop counter and within the roster of one of the greatest labels of all time.
Resonance FM, Thursday 6 March 2014, 8pm – 10:30pm