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Light funky tracks that have a neo-tribal feel. A blend of high-energy latin and salsa, mixed with the soothing deep sound of aboriginal didjeridu into a chill sunset mix.

DJ Suv’s introduction to the world of music was through the group ‘Fresh Four’ which enjoyed chart success in 1989, reaching number 10 in the UK national charts. ‘Fresh Four’ was a ground breaking group, innovative and always experimenting with new sounds. Since 1989, DJ Suv has been in the studio developing his techniques. Aside to his long-standing devotion to DUB, Suv has been influenced by the likes of Gary Newman, David Bowie, Madness and Bob Marley, (he was once a mod!) Recently, he has found inspiration in Latin, Asian, Moroccan and Ethnic music in general. The origin of his diversity and flexibility of style becomes very clear when considering this wide variety of musical influences.

Suv and DJ Krust, after joining with DJ Die and later Roni Size, joined forces to build the independent label called ‘Full Cycle’. This label as well as ‘V Recordings’ and ‘Talking Loud’, has been a vehicle for many ground breaking Drum and Bass releases. Suv, an integral member of ‘Reprazent’ and known to some of the band’s members as Echo Sounds and FX Man, also plays percussion in the live shows, and is always regarded as a very active member.

Suv collaborated with DJ Die on tracks such as ‘Mankind’, ‘Music First’ and the classic dance hall smash, ‘War and Peace’. Suv has worked with Roni size on such tunes as ‘Newforms’, ‘Bahnamadia’, ‘Jazz’, ‘Beatbox’ and the most recent chart hit ‘Lucky Pressure’.


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  • anonymous567

    plz stop useing them gay male vocals in your tracks!!

    29 Feb 2008 Reply
  • pidasi

    thx for the desert rose album. amazin dnb, keep on mixin the differences!

    13 Feb 2008 Reply
  • lwjacob

    He's good in what he does. I have just 5 songs and still I listen more than many bands.

    7 Feb 2007 Reply

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