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not my voice on it. You shouldn’t do something drum & bass and it’s fresh. I’m still doing about all these other interests to keep him occupied,
if your heart’s not really in and I get the best of 120 shows a year with Hospital, The Nextmen, is there any chance of Wrec turning his back on
both worlds with what I’m doing now. Stanton Warriors and touring around the world the microphone forever?
so I can’t complain about that.”
“I get satisfaction from bringing people through “I will always make music only when I feel like
and nurturing talent,” he adds, “when I was in All that touring has even led Jon to link up with it,” he admits. “I’m not going to push myself into
bands and involved in labels it was never done an unlikely collaboration in recent months as he going in the studio because I am blatantly one
quite right and we had all sorts of big managers befriended house legend Timo Maas while on of those artists who sounds better live, and
trying to look after us. I know what I didn’t like tour in Australia. “It’s a bit of an interesting one that’s just the way it is. I still love doing shows of
happening as an artist so I’m in a good position – stripped down techno! We got to know each course, never get that twisted! But in about five
to try and rectify that for my artists. We can see other after touring for a few weeks in Australia or so year’s time, I can see myself toning it down
both sides of the coin because I’ve been involved and we’ve done a few shows since then. It’s a bit… but I’m happy with the way things are
in the scene whereas Marc comes from more of more of a hosting thing to accompany the music right now. I’ve always been a bit of a cautious cat
an industry perspective.” because you don’t want to go out there and spit who doesn’t want to put all my eggs in one bas-
lyrics because people in those raves don’t want ket – you never know, people may not want to
But fear not all those of you who love Wrec’s old to hear it.” hear you tomorrow or you could lose your voice!”
skool style of MCing - all this managing doesn’t
mean that you’ve heard the last from him in the Now based in Brighton, Mum’s The Word has
raves. Far from it in fact. “I’m in the clubs every also established its own record label, which
week and still love it. I’ve always been into differ- debuted with Part Time Heroes’ ‘Realise’ EP last
ent types of music but you can’t really manage year with plenty more lined up for the future.
anyone in drum & bass unless they’re Roni Wrec has also been continuing his role as Addict
Size or Goldie. The artists that we’ve got are Clothing’s Worldwide Music PR manager and
completely different to each other and I like that has even linked up with Adidas in recent months
because it means at the weekend I can go out to as the hosts of their parties in the UK. But with
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