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Friction

One of the country’s top D’n’B DJs as well as the former host of a high-profile Radio 1 show, Shogun Audio label owner Friction (aka Ed Keeley) checked in with us to discuss his newfound love of music production, the changes in the DJ world over the last 20 years – and some key advice…

MT INTERVIEW

With a career that spans both high-profile DJing as well as remixing and composition for others and on his own terms, Friction is poised to once again take to the stage in his hometown to dispense some wise words of wisdom at this year’s Brighton Music Conference. We caught up with him to get some insight into his multi-faceted career in the music industry…

MusicTech Can you give us a bit of background to your career and how you started making music?

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