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BBC Radio One’s Big Weekend: An Interview with Annie Mac
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Your BBC Radio 1 show is now a globally recognised platform for steering and influencing the UK dance scene, with yourself becoming a tastemaker for multiple genres. Talk us through how you approached the show when first joining the likes of Pete Tong and Annie Mac on the renowned Friday night programme.
To have a point of difference, you could say my show is UK focused.
Aside from the radio shows, your busy DJing calendar takes you around the world to perform. Are there any destinations or venues which you always look forward to playing?
If you could go b2b with anyone in history though, who would it be and why? Well honestly I have to say Erick Morillo.
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He is the DJ responsible for making me want to seriously become a DJ in the first place after I saw him absolutely smash Pacha in summer The connection he had with the crowd was like he was some sort of wizard controlling them with every beat he dropped. The passion and energy he put in behind the decks was something I admired and wanted to emulate in my own DJ style one day. How has it changed for you?