A lot of things have happened since a young Andy Carthy started answering to the name Mr Scruff – making a name for himself under the shadow of Manchester’s mid 90s club scene. Not only has he released four critically acclaimed albums, selling over half a million records worldwide, with countless tours and club events he has cemented his now legendary DJ status. This is a DJ that can sell out the 1600 capacity London KoKo armed only with his records, some turntables and a few spare packets of teabags. More than that, Scruff has established himself as a general guarantor of quirkiness and quality so that when his range of speciality teas were launched they became the 5th best selling grocery product in the long and illustrious history of Selfridge’s Food Hall. Meanwhile, his wobbly potato people adorn t-shirts, brollies and even people’s bodies. Check out his latest mix from Lente Kabinet Festival below;
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