DVTV Compilation Vol 1 : Co.fee Q&A

08.30.13 / Featured

To mark a flourishing first year and continue to celebrate the artists that DVTV has had the pleasure of spotlighting, Delicious Vinyl have expertly curated DVTV Compilation Vol 1. The twelve track compilation features a mix of unreleased exclusives and special rarities from a selection of the fine guests that have graced the DVTV airwaves. And to further enlighten listeners, we are talking to each artist in a series of Q&A features about their music and how they came to the Delicious Vinyl HQ.

Next up we have: Co.fee.

Introduce Yourself?

My name is Co.fee and I’m a beat maker part of the My Hollow Drum collective.

When did you play DVTV?

I played solo back in November and will play again with My Hollow Drum on Friday August 30th.

Tell us about “Nino Brown.”

A lot of the beats I make are really heavy, but at the time of making this one I didn’t feel like making heavy music. I was getting more into melodic things, and I loved the vocals on the original song so much that I finally decided to go ahead and sample it. It’s from a Bollywood film; the majority of the music I sample from is actually from 70’s Bollywood films.

Do you have a favourite track on the compilation?

Between Free The Robots’ “Mutation Complete” and Sango’s “You’re So, Some Extra Love.”

Is there anyone who you would love to see play DVTV? 

Born Jamericans.

How did you first discover or learn about Delicious Vinyl as a label?

Like most, Pharcyde was my introduction; Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde is still one of my favourite albums.