Jools Butterfield

Jools Butterfield

A unique character in the British soul, disco and hose of the past decade (Nuphonic / Ragbull Rec – England)

Since he first started at the Hay Club (Cambridge, 1988), going though his expressions in Nuphonic, A& R or on the radio show “Audio Xpres”, Jools has experimented with the purest jazz, soul and disco influences, showing with his eclectic taste and his professional capacity that he is one of the greatest in the industry.


He created Ragbull Recordings in the summer of 2002, along with Tom Findlay and Andy Cato (Groove Armada), a label that specializes in a particular mix of soul and disco, combined with funky grooves and that moved the dance floors. He also obtained the trust of artists such as Dan Tyler (Boys Idjut), Winston Chimes, Sweet Left, Peg Igloo and Groove Armada. At the same time, he was leading his successful Lovebox Club, the “Thames Boat Parties” and the “Express” nights, which are agitated events and had some contagious electrofunk, hip-hop, disco, deep house… After some well deserved introspection years, his comeback to the dance floors is being memorable. 


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