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As a New Zealand native, producer and musician Mark De Clive-Lowe talks about being surrounded by beaches growing up and how his recent move to a beach town is helping him move forward.
Mr. Scruff is renowned for his funky musical wizardry. As a DJ he handily blends records from Fela Kuti to Bob Marley to long-forgotten soul gems. As a producer he creates a sensual brew of swampy downtempo and kicky dance beats. The man behind the music is just as sophisticated and quirky. Giant Step had a cuppa tea with Scruff and chatted about crappy sound systems, dancing fruit and all the other nonsense that goes on in clubs these days.
MP3 Interview Descriptions:
Part 1: Scruff talks videos, cartoons and fruit | Listen
Part 2: The Scruff experience and accidental music | Listen
Part 3: The gift and the curse of the information age | Listen
Part 4: Get A Move On: That song, indie artists and advertising | Listen
Part 5: Skills on the wheels of steel | Listen
Part 6: Scruff the DJ versus Scruff the producer and tea time in the club | Listen
On Friday the 23rd, don't miss the New York debut of Kameron Corvet and Monica Blaire from Detroit, and Postman from Holland. Sound in Color will be a night of quality neo soul hosted by Maya Azucena, late night at Joe's Pub.