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INTERVIEW WITH SKIDDLE

INTERVIEW WITH SKIDDLE

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 […]


INTERVIEW WITH THE RAVE CURIOUS PODCAST

INTERVIEW WITH THE RAVE CURIOUS PODCAST

“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 […]


DJ SNEAK ON THE DR. GREENTHUMB SHOW

DJ SNEAK ON THE DR. GREENTHUMB SHOW

  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


Magnetic Cuts V.3 – Out Now with music from DJ Sneak, H-Foundation, DJ W!LD and more…

Magnetic Cuts V.3 - Out Now with music from DJ Sneak, H-Foundation, DJ W!LD and more…

Magnetic Cuts v.3 Release date: September 7th 2015 1. DJ Sneak – The Hot Shit 2. H Foundation ft. C1 – Kontrol Room 3. Bluntz & Roachez – We Is Underground (Hector Moralez Remix) 4. DJ W!LD – Essen 5. DJ Sneak – Gangster Steppin 6. DJ Sneak & Monoman – Sally Go Round (Monomania […]


It’s A Spiritual thing > A Robot thing

It’s A Spiritual thing > A Robot thing

A few days ago we brought you the news about MySpace interviewing Slam’s Stuart McMillan about Daft Punk’s debut album ‘Homework’, and not we turn the focus to their new album ‘Random Access Memories’. Australian electronic music website In The Mix wrote more of the more unique and in-depth reviews, using a DJ Sneak tweet […]


How Daft Punk scored their first record deal

How Daft Punk scored their first record deal

Stuart McMillan (Slam) on Daft Punk’s ‘Homework’: “So initially, the influences were probably more leaning towards the techno. But at the same time, house and techno sort of became synonymous with each other. You were getting Chicago guys banging out rhythmic tracks. They were big fans of DJ Sneak and Cajmere and all those guys as well. If you listen to Homework or you listen to a lot of the early Daft Punk records, they have a big Chicago house sense to them as well.”