Quickfire Q&A with dub legend MC Brother Culture
Friday 17th April 2015 |
The original rasta and dub legend MC Brother Culture took some time out for a quickfire Q&A with Guestlist.
Tell us a bit about yourself, where are you from?
Born in London, 1965.
What was the first record you bought?
‘Sugar, Honey, Honey’ – The Archies.
How long have you been making music?
Tell us some of your inspirations?
Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Clint Eastwood , Brigadier Jerry.
Any embarrassing songs we’d find in your collection?
What is the most untypical characteristic you have?
To be evil...
Where are you playing this year?
Sound Killer and The Prodigy’s The Day Is My Enemy.
Where is one of your favourite places to play?
Anywhere they pay properly!
What music have you got we should check out right now?
‘Sound Killer’ on Roots Garden, ‘Rebel Radio’ co-written with The Prodigy.
What is Jah music?
Music that gets its energy from the most high Jah Rastafari.
What do you bring that’s special?
Energy and genuine vibes
The latest EP New Generation is a remix of your music right?
Yes it’s a collection of remixes from a producer called Little Lion and Derrick Sound.
Is it attracting the new generation focused on electronic music?
I hope so!
Which message do you want to give to this new generation?
Be real and never stop the fight for the right.
If you could fill a swimming pool with anything what would it be?
Enough food to feed many people.
What are you most looking forward to in life?
Where can our readers find you? How can they keep up with what you’re doing?
On Facebook it’s MC Brother Culture.
Catch MC Brother Culture at Dub4Life on May 9th at Electric Brixton.