Tag Archives: Bok Bok
Ahead of his appearance at Love Saves The Day, Bok Bok, AKA Alex Sushon, enlightens us to his views on sampling. First and foremost, he emphasises the importance of respecting the original track: “When you sample, you’re borrowing from a piece of music that already has a soul. Sometimes if you play a synth yourself, […]
Bok Bok for £4 on a Thursday night is definitely not to be sniffed at. Owner of grime label Night Slugs with L-Vis 1990, he’s produced some dancefloor weapons. Check out Melba’s Call released earlier this year on his Night Slugs label – not to mention Manchester veterans Oldboy and Metrodome playing bangerz on a no-nonsense, good times hype.
Coming March 31st is ‘Melba’s Call’, Bok Bok’s first major release since 2011’s Southside EP, which included his omnipresent latter day eski classic ‘Silo Pass’. Between then and now he’s been busy running one of the UK’s most consistently brilliant and innovative record labels in Night Slugs and working as an in demand remix artist, […]