Andy Smith Interview (by DJ Moneyshot)
Andy Smith, best known for his work with Trip-hopper’s Portishead, is one of the U.K’s most in demand DJ’s. And It’s not hard to see why if you’ve witnessed him playing out. Whether he’s seamlessly mixing ‘Cross Town Traffic’ into ‘You’ve Gots To Chill’ or dropping a vintage soul 7″, this is one guy who is not afraid to delve deep into his record collection to rock the crowd. DJ Moneyshot caught up with him to discuss all this and more.
Ugly Duckling Interview (by DJ Moneyshot)
DJ Q-Bert Interview (by DJ Moneyshot)
After showcasing what can only be described as mind-boggling skills on two turntables and a mixer, DJ Moneyshot caught up with the man considered to be the most talented DJ ever. Sit back, eat a sandwich and peer into the manywinding corridors of DJ Q-Bert’s wonderful mind.
Iraq: What’s next and does anyone really care? (by Endus)
7.05 by the clock on my microwave… (by Fatboy Roberts)
…and the sun’s light, halfway across the world, glints off a cruise missile…
And I find I don’t really care.
The mixtape (by DJ Money Shot)
The mix-tape, as an art form, has come a long way. Bambaatta and Jazzy Jay’s “Death Mix” is a primitive daubing on a caveman’s wall compared to Q-Bert’s “Pre-School Breaks”, which is more akin to a wildstyle graffiti burner on a Japanese bullet train.
How to admit you’re a lo$er (By Kenny Love)
Sometimes, given some of the element that calls itself a “musician” that I meet in my daily trial and error of the Music industry, I compare it to the element I also met when I was a cop for a couple of years.