No, not as in “Collins“. Todays’ “Humdrum” mix comes from DJ Bootsie, a formative power and active performer in the Hungarian hip-hop scene. Bootsie isn’t only a DJ, however; he’s also been commissioned to score various film and theater projects, the most famous being a rescoring of two essential movements from the Hungarian opera Laszlo Hunyadi. His hip-hop group DJ Bootsie Quartet has toured as a trio, but also with a 12-piece orchestra. We can promise such epic movements in this mix, but we think you should listen to it anyway. ~
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