Launched by the illustriously monikered Rob Da Bank in 1995 at South London's Tearooms des Artistes, Sunday Best proved a pioneer of what later became known as bar culture, with an emphasis less about dancing than a relaxed accompaniment to board games, chitchat, and sleepy weekend pints. The inevitable eponymously monikered label was launched two years later championed this eased listening through a series of compilations that pioneered material from the likes of Groove Armada, Lemon Jelly, and Bent, as well as Da Bank's own Lazyboy project. As the profile of the resident DJ increased, both through the night and via a sideline into journalism, where he rose through the ranks at Muzik magazine before taking over the dance music section of Worldpop.com, Da Bank became increasingly synonymous with chill-out. He can now be found championing ...
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