|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Steamliner / Jaws||2||Audio||2002||Yolk|
|4||@ The Far Side||2||Audio||2000||Global Rampage|
|6||Yolk 5 vs Cluster 50||2||Audio||2008-08-00||Stay Up Forever Collective Vaults|
|7||Yolk 5 vs Cluster 50||2||Audio||2008-08-00||Stay Up Forever Collective Vaults|
|8||Mayan EP||4||Audio||2013-06-00||Yellow Machines|
|9||Mayan EP||4||Audio||2013-06-00||Yellow Machines|
|10||Some Of My Favourite Tunes...||45||Audio||2007-08-06||Spannered|
|11||A Tribute To Leonard Rossiter||26||Audio||2007-12-17||Spannered|
|12||Jerome Hill's Music For Pregnant Ladies||25||Audio||2012-04-27||Spannered|
|13||Raggamuffin Hip Hop||2||Audio||2013||Fat Hop|
|14||Swerving The Community EP||4||Audio||2013||Don't|
|15||Mayan EP||3||Audio||2013-06-03||Yellow Machines|
Jerome got his turntables in 1990 and began buying Hip Hop, Acid House, Bleeps, Breakbeat and Techno . In 1994 he hooked up with infamous London soundsystem "JIBA" and further honed his scratching and mixing style for which he has now become known. After a hefty stint as manager of the Trackheads & Dragon Discs record shops in Camden, London, (1997-2004) he still strives to sniff out exciting new (and old) tracks to add to his sets while never paying attention to current trends.
Jerome runs the labels [l=Don't] & [l=Fat Hop], presents a weekly radio show on London's Kool FM and DJs around the planet (Earth).