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Friday, March 12, 2010

Hey DJ! Friday Q&A w/ Doc Fu (Red Wine)

Posted By on Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 7:00 AM

DJ Doc Fu runs with the Red Wine crew, which means you can find one of his sets slipped into a fine dining establishment (Farmer Brown) or a corner dive (Dalva), depending on the night. The love for this particular DJ runs from this coast out east as well: he's supported such heavies in the hip-hop community as Mr. Lif.

And if you want to make the dude real happy, stock the area around around the decks with the very booze he and his DJ cohorts named themselves after--although you better be prepared to grab plenty of empties after his set. But we'll let Doc Fu tell that story...

Name: Doc Fu

Club night(s): Thursday nights at Farmer Brown

Style(s) of music you spin: Hip-hop, dancehall, rock, R&B, electro

So what's your story, in 100 words or less? I'm a member of the notorious Red Wine DJs. I've toured the country and world several times with Mr. Lif, Future Primitive, and EA Sports. I've also brought my style of DJing to local radio, events, and many prestigious, well-respected clubs in the city.

Name of a track you can't get out of your head: "Sex and Candy" Marcy Playground

Name of an artist you're currently championing in your DJ sets: Jovi Rockwell

Name of a current favorite track for the peak of your set: "Ill To Destroy"

Musical mantra: Heavy music, heavy vibe, big room beats.

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