Woody McBride / DJ ESP Exclusive Interview With The Basketball Hero

Woody McBride / DJ ESP Exclusive Interview With The Basketball Hero

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] You are widely known as a producer of acid house. When were you first exposed to the acid house house sound? In high school in the 80’s – we had a great record store in Bismarck, ND called budget tapes and records. they were way ahead of their time. A local friend Todd Gregor really introduced me to electronic music in about ’83. I caught some late night

Computer Controlled – Exclusive Interview With The Raw Acid Genius.

Computer Controlled – Exclusive Interview With The Raw Acid Genius.

[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] You currently live in Seattle, but originally you come from the Midwest. Could you tell us how you first got involved with the rave scene there and acid house in particular? I don’t remember just exactly how I started listening to Techno, but it was back in 1991, I know that. Then I started hearing about these things called Raves and got interested. By mid 1992, some friends

Dubbin And Dabblin with DJ Dab – Exclusive Interview

Dubbin And Dabblin with DJ Dab – Exclusive Interview

[wp_ad_camp_2] Where does your artist name come from? During the early to mid-80’s I went by Sir Swift. I was a Breaker, Beatboxer, Graffiti artist and DJ. But as my DJing progressed and I matured a little I realized it was time for a name change. At the time I remember digging through a dictionary, for days, and finally stumbled across Dabster: One likes to dabble/ One who is a master of their own