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Made day, made my month, made my year! It was just totally out of the blue. This is before it came out on Jisco? Yeah, yeah! They thought it was good, but they had some Al Kent edits being pressed at the time. That was how it happened. It was mad because I gave Gilles Peterson a CD of about 10 tracks Holy - Various - This Is Not The 80s - A Nu-Wave Electro Compilation (CD) Scared must have been about number 6, so whoever listens to his stuff, all credit to them, they listened each one all the way through, because you know how long that tune is, it goes on forever and only really hits it at the end.
So that person listened all the way through and picked it out. It was played on the radio, it was summer and it was class! I remember he was just there, the sun was going down, he was doing his thing, he had his guy there with him, Earl Zinger, is it?
MCing all over it, totally ruined it, haha, but he played the tune. So that first production was a key moment for you and you went on to play Holy - Various - This Is Not The 80s - A Nu-Wave Electro Compilation (CD) places like Jigsaw and Bam Bam quite a bit, so what is the Birmingham scene like? Jigsaw was really good, it was like the best party in Birmingham I thought, Holy - Various - This Is Not The 80s - A Nu-Wave Electro Compilation (CD) just edged Bam Bam.
Bam Bam was great, great venue. The venue helped Bam Bam, because the Rainbow was good, especially in the summer out the back [Venue Ed: a sort of alfresco semi-warehouse space]. Is that a new residency then for you then? It is, yeah. Called Drop Out Boogie, Rob came up with that one! We need to push it more but I find it hard to get the time to do it. So are there any other good clubs or promoters coming through in Birmingham?
They made their name doing the minimal thing. Birmingham is based on minimal techno and bands. Do you think you pitch down the tempo a bit more than your run of the mill house DJ? I do like to do that. It makes you stand out a bit more if you can take the tempo down and change things a little bit, so I do like to do that.
All the Sound Signature early stuff is this sort of monotonous, slow, dirty, deep house music, and I guess I took a bit of influence from that. Listening to some of your mixes, I was wondering if you Holy - Various - This Is Not The 80s - A Nu-Wave Electro Compilation (CD) a bit of Luther Vandross and Loose Ends fan as a young teenager, as it feels like there is almost a bit of that 80s soul influence?
Not at all. I went through a period of being into that and there was soul music there that which was slow house music. It just goes on and on, taking that soul mentality and making a bit more techno-y. How do you think that slo-mo style translates to the dance floor, do you need to educate people into it? I was playing in Hamburg a few weeks ago and I played this set, it went really well, disco, house, probably about bpm or something like that, and at the end I just slowed it right down, and everyone went for it.
Do you think that slo-mo style travels well then, or do you feel more comfortable playing it on your home turf in Birmingham? No, not at all. My typical DJ set is not slow. I think people have got this perception me - looped up, slow disco and stuff. Actually I was listening to an old record by The Mole on Philpott the other night and thought that the style must be right up your street.
All that Mole stuff is class.
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