Still Music Label Releases A Tape Series Featuring Lost Radio Sessions Of Frankie Knuckles

The project offers a window into "the heydays of Chicago House music."

Still Music is a label founded by the producer and DJ, Jerome Derradji, and for this mid-April the Chicago based label will release a tape series of long lost DJ mixes from the mid-late ’80s.

JACK, or Jack To The Lost Chicago Reels, is a project that wants to recall the glory days of the Chicago House music. The label’s boss acquired more than 160 reel-to-reel tapes from a Chicago record dealer, and almost 50 of them were DJ sets broadcast on local radio stations WGCI and WBMX.

The first of the four tapes features a 1986 WBMX set from the great Frankie Knuckles, while the others include sessions from Steve “Silk” Hurley and Devastating Daryl, and a couple of unknown artists.

Derradji said that the collection also includes rare and unreleased music dating from 1986 to 1992, but he still has to announce further info.


A Frankie Knuckles for WBMX June 25, 1986 (Part 1)
B Frankie Knuckles for WBMX June 25, 1986 (Part 2)

A Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley Minimix – Friday, July 15th, 8:00 PM
B Unknown – Supermix Dance Party 8/11/88

A Devastating Daryl – 5/4/88
B Devastating Daryl – WGCI 1390

A Unknown (Is It You Ron?)
B Devastating Daryl


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