Jeremy Spellacey Jeremy Spellacey

Lost in music and neck deep in the world of records, Jeremy caught the bug during the late 90s in his native
Wellington, NZ. Following a move to London in 2000, he spent the next ten years loitering in Soho’s record stores,
DJing at East End parties and running with local music crews, leaving an indelible mark.

A move to Melbourne in 2000 and a partnership with Jamie Bennett lead to the birth of Crown Ruler’s online record
store and label. Showcasing his expansive musical knowledge and knack for trawling forgotten music from across
the globe, the unearthing and celebration of music goes deep.

A former broadcaster for Melbourne’s PBS 106.7fm and playing events with the likes of Larry Heard, Theo Parish,
ESG, Greg Wilson, Horse Meat Disco, Idjut Boys, Bill Brewster, Awesome Tapes From Africa and more. Jeremy’s
musical gauge is set directly to the heart, head and ears. Delivered with passion, his genre bending club sets to have
no rules, you’ll hear the unheard and obscure right next to stone cold classics.

Lost in music and neck deep in the world of records, Jeremy caught the bug during the late 90s in his native
Wellington, NZ. Following a move to London in 2000, he spent the next ten years loitering in Soho’s record stores,
DJing at East End parties and running with local music crews, leaving an indelible mark.

A move to Melbourne in 2000 and a partnership with Jamie Bennett lead to the birth of Crown Ruler’s online record
store and label. Showcasing his expansive musical knowledge and knack for trawling forgotten music from across
the globe, the unearthing and celebration of music goes deep.

A former broadcaster for Melbourne’s PBS 106.7fm and playing events with the likes of Larry Heard, Theo Parish,
ESG, Greg Wilson, Horse Meat Disco, Idjut Boys, Bill Brewster, Awesome Tapes From Africa and more. Jeremy’s
musical gauge is set directly to the heart, head and ears. Delivered with passion, his genre bending club sets to have
no rules, you’ll hear the unheard and obscure right next to stone cold classics.

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