Dave Aju

in Feature, Slices by Slices Magazine about

It was a warm sunny afternoon in Berlin when the Electronic Beats Slices team met up with San Francisco-based DJ and producer Marc Barrite aka Dave Aju in Berlin. Near Kreuzberg’s river Landwehrkanal Dave Aju sat down for an interview on music production and the fusion of house with hip-hop. Afterwards it was vinyl only: watch Dave Aju visiting Phono Phono and crate digging at Holy’s Hit Records, Heisse Scheiben, 33 RPM Store and other Berlin vinyl destinations.


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