One of dance music’s most outspoken voices, DJ Sneak has in recent times built up a renown for an often scathing critique of his peers, dividing opinion in the process. A recent post about Fabric, along with an explanatory follow up, caused a stir of controversy over the Bank Holiday weekend, and whilst we have very different views about the […]
“This week’s Rave Curious podcast features the house gangster himself, DJ Sneak. The Chicago icon has deep roots in the city’s house music culture, learning his craft both in the club and behind the counter at the city’s legendary Gramaphone Records. He has also become known in recent years as one of the outspoken DJs on […]
Watch a recent episode of The Dr Greenthumb Show with special guest, legendary DJ Sneak. VIDEO LINK: http://livestream.com/accounts/1443064/events/1781390/videos/109410781
DJ Sneak talks about being quoted and Mark Farina reveals how to keep his selection fresh. A chat with two of house music’s biggest tastemakers. You can read the full interview article here
The identity of the individual working under the name KDA is still unknown. KDA’s has asked DJ Sneak to remix his debut track ‘Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)’ prior its release on October 23rd. KDA: “Sneak’s remix is American House Music excellence. I asked him to remix my first release because I’ve spent his entire […]
Hear about Sneak’s summer in Ibiza, his upcoming show at Space with Carl Cox and how he thinks the island has changed since he first visited 20 years ago. You can read the full interview article here
DJ Sneak is a straight talker and undeniably a bonafide legend and pioneer of house music. While some cringe and criticise Sneak’s outspoken comments on social media he’s earnt the right to be able to speak with authority and give his opinion on the current […]
‘Jakkin Rabbit’ is a project born of a strong veteran presence. The combined efforts of Marc Spence and Danny Kane provide a salient combination of experience and relevance to their particular brand of moody, driving deep house. Their blend of classic influences and modern inspirations has attracted a welcome ear from Art Department’s newly solo, […]
DJ Sounds interviewed DJ Sneak at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event.
Ministry of Sound welcome back DJ Sneak and revisits some the producer’s most important releases.
DJ Sneak dusts off his 90s vinyls for a 50 minute mix of house classics on the DJ Sounds show. Recorded live in Ibiza.
Sneak recently spoke with Italian dance music website Soundwall about Puerto Rico, Chicago, Twitter, Magnetic Recordings, Glastonbury and everything else in-between!
Ahead of his upcoming gig for LWE at Tobacco Dock on August 9th, the one and only DJ Sneak regales Mike Boorman in brilliant detail about all things BBQ; a topic so close to his heart that it caused a bit of a row with fellow BBQ-nut Seth Troxler after one cook off.
Let’s get something straight, I don’t hate laptops or technology, that’s not my fight, what I hate is how these things make people incredibly lazy. I understand we need to embrace technology and what is available but that doesn’t mean people should just take the easy way out. Work hard, be creative, challenge yourself, put in the hours, use the tools out there but don’t let them do everything for you.
I’ve always been a true fan of the Murk boys. We were finally able to chill, smoke and talk about things in the scene. We all felt like it was time for us to step into the studio and make some magic happen. Everybody wants to think they are house music producers but it’s clear by this collaboration that it takes a couple of OGs to get it right.
Nicknamed the House Music Gangster, Sosa – better known as DJ Sneak – emerged as part of Chicago’s second wave of house producers, making his mark on the early ’90s with a succession of hard, rolling house singles on labels like Relief – a sister label of Cajual – and Sneak’s own Defiant. As the ’90s progressed, Sneak made his mark on some of house music’s most important imprints – singles arrived on Strictly Rhythm, Henry Street Records and more – while also steadily releasing mix CDs and artist albums, starting with 1996′s Rice and Beans, Please!
Another entry from DMC World Magazine this time sharing some tunes on their latest Buzz Chart – Day & Night where our House Gangster took two spots with his ‘Moody Warehouse Vol 1’ and ‘Night Dish EP’ (Exploited)
The Original House Gangster returns with bass, grooves, melodies and hard hittin’ Sneak Beats – ‘Moody Warehouse Music’. Interview : Dan Prince
A nice entry from THUMP where in preparation for his upcoming summer tour, Sneak put together ten of his favourite vinyl tracks. You can catch DJ Sneak playing at MYSTERYLAND US at the Vinyl Only stage, on May 24th.
DJSounds.com followed DJ Sneak throughout his summer in Ibiza to dig deeper and find out where his unique sound and gangster outlook come from, speaking to the man himself and those that know him best. The short film features Sneak at Space, Pacha, Tomorrowland, Ushuaia, Underground, on a boat and in the heart of Ibiza Town for a street party, meanwhile Locodice, Carl Cox, Nightmares on Wax, Yousef, Darius Syrossian, Mo’ Funk and Joeski all share their love for the House Gangster.
Sneak speaks to legendary DJ and radio presenter Pete Tong as he enters BBC Radio 1’s Hall Of Fame.
Dutch magazine DJ Broadcast caught up with DJ Sneak for the lowdown on the I’m A House Gangster movement and the upcoming event during ADE.
An intimate chat with the three house gangsters by DJ Mag
DJ Sneak talks with Essential Ibiza (http://www.essentialibiza.com) about going back to back with fellow house gangsters Derrick Carter & Mark Farina.