Interviews Archive

DJ Crystl Interview – Generator Mag 1995

Hello there, it’s been a while. Sadly this isnt a triumphant return for Drumtrip, but I had to upload this DJ Crystl that forumite Stringz posted on DOA. I’m a massive DJ Crystl fan and loved pretty much everything he put his hand to, so I always wonder what could have become of him if

Whatever happened to Source Direct? Part 2 : Jim Baker interview

If you are reading this, than Source Direct really need no introduction. Over the years since they disbanded they have developed a cult-like following, with music lovers from beyond the boundaries of drum and bass applauding their 90s body of work. Until a few years ago, the mystery of Source Direct and what happened to

Drumtrip Sessions #10 – DJ Trax

It’s taken a while but Drumtrip Sessions finally reaches the big one zero. This time around scene stalwart DJ Trax talks to Drumtrip about his beginnings, his working with the likes of Paradox and Moving Shadow, and what’s he’s got next in the pipeline. Don’t miss his excellent Drumtrip Sessions mix at the end of

Foul Play Interview – Atmosphere Mag [May 1994]

A little interview here in the May 1994 edition of Atmosphere Magazine. Big thanks to JJ @ Deep Inside The Oldskool for the scan. When was Foul Play formed? Foul Play was formed two and half years ago, we all met whilst DJing for various clubs such as Helter Skelter at Milwaukees. Foul Play consists of three people; Stephen Bradshaw (Brad), John Morrow

World Dance – Access All Areas (A Dedication)

World Dance – Access All Areas, a VHS that will no doubt bring home a million memories of sitting in front of the television in amazement. Trying to spot your mates looking wasted in the crowd or even attempting to piece back memories of events……… In a similar stance to early Fantazia recordings, the promoters

Drumtrip Sessions #09 – Serum

I feel like a broken record, but it’s been a long time since the last Drumtrip Session. Quality over quantity is very much the mantra here, and this session was well worth waiting for.  Serum of Dread and V Recordings (among many others) speaks to us about his love for jungle, before laying down a