Jason Lee aka DJ Whitecoat has been deejaying for around 20 years in London. He is no stranger to high profile events with a string of top nightclubs and venues under his belt. He produces music and presents radio shows and recently has become an official DJ for Mobo Nominated / UMA Award winning Artist Big Narstie.
In 2010 Whitecoat came up on east london radio station Deja Vu FM, whilst there he developed his skills in the heart of London’s underground dance music scene and his tracks featuring Jae Elle also received air play with Kiss 100, 1Xtra, Rinse FM, and featured heavily in mixes from some of the most cutting edge DJ’s in the industry.
Whitecoat then developed a show, #TheBassandGrimeShow, it was adapted by Rampage Sound for Bang Radio where he continued to push Grime and produced over 100 Hours of Grime radio, the podcast became highly popular with consistent support from the artists and producers involved, The Grime Report, Grime Japan, Wet My Beak TV, Grime Forum and many more.
This led to Whitecoat affiliating himself with some of the biggest names in grime including Slew Dem, GFam, NAA, Invasion and eventually becoming one of Big Narsties Official #BDL Tour DJ’s.
The last few years have seen Whitecoat work with an array of artists including Roll-Deep’s Killa P and he has been spotted in a few Big Narstie videos with DJ partner Trickadee. Together they have also been touring with Dice Recordings for the last year around the UK, working with artists/DJ’s such as DJ Cameo, Big Mikee, DJ Spooky, Bloodline, Chronic, P.Money, Flirta D, Mc Kie and many more. He also affiliated himself to Watford’s Vibe FM as a presenter, where his topical chat shows and Saturday night mixes solidified his skills in the broadcasting industry.
The Whitecoat identity has developed into an underground personality and is regularly seen presenting and interviewing. His roots began originally with Hip Hop and RNB but as time passed he grew into specialised types of house particularly UK Funky and then progressed into the bass and grime scene. Whitecoat is known for supporting homegrown UK music and he runs and manages an underground dance label called Sun Tribe Terrace on which he release’s his own material and the best of what he plays.
Stand Out Records…
DJ Whitecoat Feat Jae Elle – How Does It Feel
Charted for 18 consecutive weeks on Ministry of Sound Radio Charts.
First release had 18 remixes.
Was first aired on Kiss 100 by DJ Pioneer and Rinse FM by Marcus Nasty.
DJ Whitecoat Feat Jae Elle – Riddim
Official Video Posted on Official Kiss FM Site.
Charted for 14 consecutive weeks on Ministry of Sound Radio Charts.
Aired on all major radio stations.
Was used on multiple websites including S.B.T.V.
Stand Out Venues…
Funky Budha (London), Embassy (Mayfair London), Dolce/10Rooms (Piccadilly London), Babble (Mayfair London), Café De Paris (Leicester Square), Denim Bar (Convent Garden), Umbaba/Club Extreme (Carnaby Street London), Courts Wine Bar (Chancery Lane London), Yatch Salsa Club (Temple Pier Thames London), Lock Lounge (Camden London), The End (Tottenham Court Road London), East Village (Hoxton East London), Queen of Hoxton (Hoxton East London), Plan B (Brixton), The Macbeth (East London), Brooklyn’s/Orleans (Finsbury Park), Zebranos (Carnaby Street/Soho), Destiny’s/Oceana (Watford), Cameo/Area Night Club (Watford), Revolution Vodka Bar (Watford), Bar Risa (Watford), Kandi Klub (Watford), Boutique (Brighton), The CockPit (Leeds), Club Street Life (Leicester), Club Flava (Stevenage), Elysium Night Club (Northampton), Batchwood Hall (St Albans), The Reindeer (Northwood).