Much of the world’s most popular music is homogenised in its sound with virtually no identifiable local influences, which is a shame but typical of our increasingly inter-connected cultures. Tuki is one such form of music, stemming from hard house and techno it primarily existed within the slums of Venezuela.
For many Pete Tong is an idol. Instantly recognisable. Whether you’re seven, forty seven or seventy seven – if you’ve dabbled in the sounds of electronic dance music you’re guaranteed to have heard his name.
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