DJ Tech Tools rounds off a list of essential books on electronic music. Albert Goldman's Disco and Come On In My Kitchen: The Robert Johnson Book make the cut.
Real name /
Nigel Peter Brewster
Fat Camp, World Discothéque Movement
One minute he’s rocking the roof off at Fabric with his tough and funky big-room underground house; the next he’s charming the pants off a more intimate crowd with everything from dubby disco, funk and hip-hop to trip hop and Latin batucadas. Armed with a sensitivity and sense of occasion that few DJs possess Bill Brewster knows how to work a crowd in the best possible sense.
Originally a chef, a football pundit (co-editor of fanzine When Saturday
Comes) and record collector, Bill began DJing in in the late 80s, but he cut his teeth playing ‘Low Life’ warehouse parties in Harlem and the Ea..