His way of creating comes down to the essence of sampling – exploitation.
Takin a tit bit out of something and develop it into a whole new context.
To get to the point – he really, really attaches importance to keep it as simple as it is and ever had been.
Keeping it as raw as it gets and staying true to the culture and its roots and continuing on to carry the legacy.
Since he’s an ‘ol’ cat’ in the biz of self-realization in sound and like to keep the process in the machine, it’s rare to hear any effects (expect some mastering and the use of a virtual limiter/compressor) in his works.
What does JINDUJUN mean to you?
‘To me it’s like a beat making family and we like to cook it up all together once in a while.’
Do you have some knowledge to share when it comes to the art of making beats?
‘Keep on digging & exploring music. Look for the classic breaks, but at the same time try to find that unknown killer break on a cheesy organ LP or a children church choir record.
Don’t get too fancy with the gear. Find the right tools for you to work with and stick to it.´
You know the deal!
I’d like to give much love and respect to SK for his time and effort for us 🙂
Stay tuned and be on the lookout for more of #datsdatish !
PEACE.MUCH LOVE.GOD BLESS.