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Djouls interview on Covert Magazine



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Djouls interview on Covert Magazine.
(online magazine)

For those of you who like your crate diggers to have really gone the extra mile when it comes to spinning records; to have searched every nook and cranny for that impossible to ignore beat then look no further than Paris. OK, the city of romance is not exactly round the corner but if Eurostar isn’t an option then check out the collective that is Paris DJs for some of the finest and rarest funk, jazz, hip hop, salsa and reggae podcasts on the web. As well as an awe inspiring musical education of a back catlaogue of Podcasts to download (and stream live) there are also virtual releases and reggae remixes of old and modern classics from the likes of Ty, Roots Manuva and Q-Tip (one of my favourites being Grant Phabaos reworking of Erykah Badu's "Honey"). Covert recently shot the breeze with Paris DJs head honcho, blogger, DJ, TIMEC record label manager and all round multi-tasker extraordinaire Djouls.

CovertMag
Djouls interview on Covert Magazine.
(online magazine)

Read the interview on covertmag.com/2009/08/28/interviewparis-djs
Djouls

Djouls

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Mr Moo Mr Moo ·  08 September 2009, 18:39

You sharp fuck!!!


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