English laddy Furney has been causing a stir this year! Teaming up with the GLO camp, dropping remixes, killer DJ sets, Furney is truely an example of new school on the rise.
No stranger to music, Furney's knowledge of the music industry extends past a decade, but only recently has this veteran been breaking down barriers.
1. When did you start producing?
First few releases, i had to re-write phd&funkytechnicians track Above&beyond for the earth surround compilation from the raw samples, did that with mc conrad, also did a remix of there track "airtight". Did a single side on Soundtrax "babilonia". CaliCali/Feeling Up on advanced, Drum tools on good looking which has just hit the streets. Got alot of tracks in limbo as well that are about to be sorted out for release.
3. Whats your opinon of thcurrent state of d&b?
I think there loads of good producers doing there thing, and loads of different styles of drum and bass out there, something out there to cater for everyone! As Vinyl sales aren't as great as what they used to be, the digital market is starting to open up new avenues so thats cool as well. As long as the promotors keep booking the djs, and the producers keep producing the tunes i think it'll carry on going healthy and strong, every few months someone does a tune that makes people take notice so i think it will always thrive.
December Top Ten
1. Peyo-old times
2. Utah Jazz-money's 1 thing
3. Atlantic Connection - untitled(withyou)
4. Calibre-corner dance
5. LTJ Bukem-untitled
8. Furney-A song For kong(conradvocaledit)
9. Sirenes-deep end
10. A cat named phil - weak ends (grooverider rmx)
FURNEY & HERRICK - ITS SO GOOD (MP3)
FURNEY ON MYSPACE