Goldie has long been established as one of the defining figures of UK bass music, having acted as the approachable face of drum and bass through decades of hard work and personable behaviour, as evidenced in this new interview with DJ Mag. Speaking to the magazine’s Carl Loben, the rave pioneer from Walsall discussed his life in music, an evolving DnB scene and his latest recorded output, the brilliant new LP The Journey Man.
Goldie is appearing out a fair bit in the coming months, with shows coming up in Birmingham, Croatia and London. First up, he’ll be at MADE Festival at The Digbeth Triangle on Saturday 29th July, and then at Clapham Common for SW4 at the end of August. Finishing off the summer festival season with a flourish, he’ll find himself at Outlook Festival from Thursday 7th to Monday 11th September, plying his trade among a huge group of artists including Giggs, Pharoahe Monch and many more.
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