Early Dave Seaman interview from the mid/late nineties talking all things house. Originally featured in Mixmag he talks DMC competition win, Shelleys, Stress, Brothers In Rhythm and working with two huge nineties pop acts...
'The record label he co-founded, Stress, is coming up to it's 100th release'..
'People slagged us off for working with Take That. Fine. I'm not going to give up the chance to work with the biggest pop group in the country'..
'And as for the mix by local boys Fade of Sam Mollinson's 'Cry'... even Spielberg doesn't do it more epic than that'..
'If people want to criticise me then fine'..
'I'd give it up for a million quid'..
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