Everything about the Frankfurt born, Berlin based DJ and producer Siggi Tunezia/Siggatunez has been discussed in our January interview, and now it's time for you to hear what the fuss is all about. The third We Play Wax podcast comes from beautiful mind behind Berlin's Tieffrequent label and, as the name suggests it, it's a deep one! Enjoy ;)
What was the first record you listened to?
I really can't remember... maybe an Amiga record for children. All I can remember is some odd euro-dance stuff and a lot of Motown funk and soul tracks.
What was the first record you bought, where and when did you buy it from?
Oh! There's some fact that I have to mention here: I was the biggest Scooter fan! Between 1994 and 1997, when I was between 8 and 11 years old, me and my brother bought all their releases. Hell Yeah!
Name one record that changed your life.
One that comes straight to in mind is 'Songs in the Key of Life' by Stevie Wonder. I also think that all of Motor City Drum Ensemble's 'Raw Cuts' are part of those special records that do something to you :-)
Name one record that changed your perspective on music.
What is your favourite record of the moment?
At the moment I really like Max Graef's 'Bummse' on Gym Records.
What about your all time favourite record?
I'm afraid I can't tell you. It's impossible to have just one :-)
What is your favourite emerging label of recent time?
There's a lot good stuff out there, but I would choose Box Aus Holz and Office from Berlin.
What record would you play to someone in order to introduce him/her to electronic music
I would definitely play 'Solitary Flight' from Theo Parrish. I love the combination of raw drums and that great piano-string sample line.
Why choose vinyl?
With vinyl you can literally 'touch' the sound. This is what you have to do while spinning records. Oh and it definitely sounds better than a digital file.
Why not choose vinyl?
There is no reason not to!