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Retrieved 12 August Revolver Magazine. Soft Skull Press. ISBN But as you can see with this song, there's a lot more emotion.
I look at sampling as looping pieces of emotion, and that's why the whole Silk album, I'd say that it's an emotion picture. Not that everything is sampled. This song is really old. It's about three years old, actually. First came to mind, like, I was just in a basement going through records, and it just hit me -- like, certain parts of songs hit DJs in a certain way.
You know, like, wow -- this is a strong part. And, you know, I heard that and I looped it, put it into my sampler, which is always next to the turntable just in case, and I looped it and it just -- it's something where we take samples or loops, we're always trying to take something that you can hear over and over, and it stirs up some sort of visual image in your head.
So, you know, you take the loop; you put it in your sampler, and then I wanted to add my own element -- my own emotion -- to the loop. Someones Waitin - Legacy Of Sound - Holy Groove (CD then, you know, being that we're DJs, for the dance floor you need that -- those rhythms, those beats enhanced. So, you know, I added a break beat underneath, a snare and kick and high-hat. And then on top of that, there's another loop, drum loop, just to give it bottom; to give it depth. What are you surrounded with?
What can you do? What's a typical mix like for you when you're doing it live in a club? I try to use a lot of sound effects, as you heard in the Silk -- like rain sounds and wind -- just to create some sort of world within the club. And lights have a lot to do with it -- I like really minimal lights -- lighting to go along with the music. And the music that I spin when I spin house music is very deep and aquatic and it really makes you kind of think and close your eyes, and wow, this is beautiful -- and very melodic.
And you kind of go on a trip. You know, you start slow. You build it up. You climax. You come back down. You climax again. So it's really interesting to see what two records, putting those two records together and kind of making a new sound, kind of, you know -- it's wild to see what happens to the crowd.
And tell me why you head in that direction? A unique thing about me is that I'm able to kind of skate on the thin line in between different kinds of music, and that's a unique aspect on myself that people say towards myself, and I can say about myself -- same with King. I mean, King's album is soul; it's funk; it's acid jazz-based. But he still produces house music and dance music, even techno music. And a lot of people have the expectations that we only make one sound or one style of music.
I just call what I do electronic music because it's basically -- everything Album) I kind of do is electronic-based. Even if I use a saxophone player, you know, I record electronically. So I just go to where my heart goes. You know, if I'm feeling like making a, you know, a house record I'll make a house record. Or if I want to do an ambient track with no beats -- you know, just get Album) real avant garde experimentation -- then I'll do that.
We'll talk more after a break. King, when you're in a club and you're mixing different records and you're looking for a certain groove on one record, how do you visually find that?
I mean, how do you even know where to put the needle down? You really should go through your records and learn where these grooves are, where the breaks Someones Waitin - Legacy Of Sound - Holy Groove (CD, and where, like, just the main rhythm is. So you kind of, if you go in there knowing your records, you know where to put the needle. I mean, visually you can see different breaks or you can -- you just know where it is.
I just can't really explain it, but Things happen in measures of usually four or two. You do feel it. But also you feel -- emotionally, you feel it too, when you have two records. Some people hold records, you know, hold two records together in synch to create a new record, which Josh is really known for. Kind of like it's orchestrating -- it's creating a whole new song with two records.
Or just mixing -- taking people's emotion and changing it -- you know, going from something really dark, and then lifting them up into, you know, with a piano or with a high-tone record. And it uplifts your spirits. WINK: It's really an art. A lot of people can just play records, but when you start making music out of the records, that's when it gets to that next level. And then you'll see the DJs just really manipulate a crowd, and it's unbelievable how they do that -- like a rock show.
GROSS: Well, tell me about how like when you're watching a crowd, what Someones Waitin - Legacy Of Sound - Holy Groove (CD looking for, to see how they're responding, and then working off of that -- yeah, yeah, yeah. We were just in Toronto. Now, I've seen Josh, right, spin -- what were you 17?
So Josh gets on and people are going nuts. They're just -- it's like a concert. People are like -- they're just waiting to hear what's going to happen. So, you know, Josh is -- starts real, you know, nice vocally and house-oriented music. Then he just goes deeper, and you see the crowd react, you know.
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