DJ, maker, compiler, and label operator Jerome Derradji started content spinning records at age 15 and was, initially, motivated most by jazz and spirit. Through the tail-end from the ’90s, home music captured his ears. In 2000, he relocated from his indigenous France to Chicago, Illinois and worked well at record shop Dr. Wax mainly because an import purchaser. Derradji founded Still Music in 2004 as an wall plug for the music he experienced wasn’t getting plenty of support. Within a couple of years, Still released singles and albums by suppliers from all around the planet, although label had a particular affinity for Detroiters with produces by famous brands Rick Wilhite, Delano Smith, and Paul Randolph. As Derradji’s reach prolonged to reissuing obscure disco, funk, and home, executing his personal re-edits, and assisting additional music artists, he setup OVERDUE and Stilove4music as sublabels. He also required on even more ambitious projects, you start with The American Boogie Down — a two-disc bundle, released in 2008 on BBE, that presented his DJ mixture of material he previously reissued, plus a disk of unmixed choices. Extensive later on compilations released on Still, including 122 BPM: The Delivery of Home Music, Destroy Yourself Dance: THE STORYPLOT of Sunset Information Inc., Bang the Package!: The (Shed) Tale of AKA Dance Music, and THE HOME That Jackmaster Hater Constructed, had been deep dives in to the wealthy dance music background of his used hometown.