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DJ Shadow (2005)

Interview by Bill Brewster, Rock's Backpages Audio, 8 July 2005

The erstwhile Josh Davis talks about how his world was changed by hip hop; how, in search of breaks, he became an obsessive collector; the ins-and-outs of sampling, and tells tales from the world of crate digging.

File format: mp3; file size: 61.1mb, interview length: 1h 06' 41" sound quality: ** (phoner)

ARTICLES IN LIBRARY

DJ Shadow: Endtroducing... (Mo'Wax 13tks/64mins)

Review by David Bennun, Melody Maker, 14 September 1996

Tricks of the Shade ...

DJ Shadow

Profile and Interview by Bethan Cole, i-D, October 1996

What happens when you remove all the boundaries? DJ Shadow's debut album, Entroducing, is a record without frontiers. ...

DJ Shadow: The Penumbra of the Beast

Interview by David Stubbs, Melody Maker, 26 October 1996

The way Portishead took dance into uncharted territories in 1994, the way Tricky took chances in 1995, so DJ SHADOW is pushing back the envelope ...

DJ Shadow: Camel Bobsled Race (Q-Bert Mega Mix) (Mo'Wax/CD/Tape)

Review by Andy Crysell, New Musical Express, 6 December 1997

ALL THIS SCRATCHING'S MAKING ME BITCH! ...

Six Machines That Changed The Music World

Guide by Pat Blashill, Wired, 5 January 2002

EVER SINCE Sam Phillips stuffed some wads of paper into an amplifier, inadvertently creating the fuzzed-up, overdriven electric guitar sound on Ike Turner's 1951 rave-up ...

To The Batcave: DJ Shadow's The Private Press

Review by RJ Smith, Village Voice, The, 4 June 2002

OUT-OF-BODY Experience, heaven version: "I saw my life before my eyes, and that is no shit… I saw myself walking in and out of countless ...

DJ Shadow: King of the Vinyl Junkies

Report and Interview by Chris Campion, Daily Telegraph, 6 June 2002

DJ Shadow revolutionised hip hop with his first album and toured the world with Radiohead, but he is still regarded as a record-collecting nerd, he ...

DJ Shadow: Head Case

Interview by Will Hermes, Spin, July 2002

NOW THAT MOBY AND FATBOY SLIM HAVE BECOME POP-CULTURE POSTER BOYS, IS IT TIME FOR HIP-HOP MONK JOSH DAVIS, A.K.A. DJ SHADOW, TO CLAIM HIS ...

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