Thanks to Quest for suppling the flyers/posters/photos
Talking Jungle Fresh with man like Quest. When and how did you get involved with Jungle Fresh? I moved to Plymouth from Kent in late 96 & got to know Si at Bigga records who passed on a mixtape of mine to Katie & Colin who were promoting the very first Jungle Fresh with Kev… Continue reading Club Classics: Jungle Fresh （Part 2）
Big thanks to KJ Dub for this interview on the early years of Jungle Fresh. How did Jungle Fresh get started? Jungle Fresh got started because I had an offer to do Roni Size, DJ Suv & DJ Die as a package for about £1200 I think.....I'd done DJ Food previously.. great successful night &… Continue reading Club Classics: Jungle Fresh (part 1)
Big thanks to Nick Clark for taking the time to give us this info on his market stall that he had here in Plymouth back in the eighties. Rhythm are still functioning as Rhythm Online for all your new/used Vinyl and CD needs: Rhythm Online and their Facebook page: Rhythm Online (Facebook). Am I correct in saying… Continue reading Plymouth Vinyl Spots: Rhythm
Were you a regular clubber before you started DJing? If so which clubs did you frequent? I always wanted to be a DJ… It came before the dancing. I’ve never felt comfortable dancing although I would always get into the groove whilst DJing… I find it difficult to keep still and was always a very… Continue reading DJ Interview: David Saunders
We were the F.T.F Posse but latter we because the Legion Of Doom, as Judge Doom thought F.T.F. (Far Too Fierce) sounded too American, personal I think he just wanted a crew named after him. It was 89 and we were all about inventing Posse names, drinking cider and have rap sessions. The turntables were Citronic… Continue reading Southway Rap Sessions.