Wu Tang Clan
This week, ‘Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’, the debut album by New York hip-hop group the Wu-Tang Clan, turned 20 years old. Surfacing at a pivotal moment for the genre, the album marked a step-change in the sound of east coast rap for much of the next decade.
The Canadian dubstep producer and DJ has remixed tracks for artists including Wu-Tang Clan, Coldplay, MGMT and Lil Wayne, as well as earning a loyal fan base who can’t get enough of his industrial spin on bass music and hectic live performances.
He’s opened shows for the Wu Tang Clan, toured the world with Lowkey, Jehst and Gangstarr, been deemed “awesome” by BBC Radio One’s Huw Stephens and a “legend” by 1xtra’s Charlie Sloth, and has shared the stage with Damon Albarn, Flea from The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Babyshambles. But you still probably haven’t heard of him. Here’s what The Last Skeptik had to say to about his disdain for the music industry, Wes Anderson films and his new video that depicts multiple train crashes.
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