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Boothrat: Eric Duncan
In our never ending search through cool DJ booths, we met up with Eric Duncan in Miami last week. He’s a respected New York figure since before spinning went digital. Representing as one half of the classic DJ/Production duo called Rub’n’Tug, he’s now exploring his solo artistry under the moniker “Dr Dunks”. In his many incarnations and partnerships, Eric has remixed tons of songs for bands such as The Beastie Boys, Cold Play, Grace Jones, Zero 7, and LCD Soundsystem (this is only a partial list by the way). Recently, The Inside Source caught up with Dr. Dunks to peek into his crates. One of them is a remix for Bryan Ferry. “It’s an official remix work in progress” says the well connected mix master, “I’m not sure what label it’s gonna be on. The artist contacted me directly.” Here’s a cheat sheet of the master at work:
1. The Rhythm Odyssey & Dr. Dunks - “Circles” - Golf Channel Records
2. Harari - “Party” (Dr Dunks Extension) - A&M Records
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3. Roni Griffith - “Mondo Man” (Dr Dunks Version) - Vanguard Disco
4. Bryan Ferry - “Don’t Stop the Dance” (Dr Dunks Mix)
5. TV Baby - “New York is All Right, If you Like Saxophones” (Dunks Downtown Mix) - Rong Music (not yet released)
To follow Eric Duncan, visit his Facebook page Eric Dr Dunks Duncan DJ 
(Photo & Text by Jauretsi)

Boothrat: Eric Duncan

In our never ending search through cool DJ booths, we met up with Eric Duncan in Miami last week. He’s a respected New York figure since before spinning went digital. Representing as one half of the classic DJ/Production duo called Rub’n’Tug, he’s now exploring his solo artistry under the moniker “Dr Dunks”. In his many incarnations and partnerships, Eric has remixed tons of songs for bands such as The Beastie Boys, Cold Play, Grace Jones, Zero 7, and LCD Soundsystem (this is only a partial list by the way). Recently, The Inside Source caught up with Dr. Dunks to peek into his crates. One of them is a remix for Bryan Ferry. “It’s an official remix work in progress” says the well connected mix master, “I’m not sure what label it’s gonna be on. The artist contacted me directly.” Here’s a cheat sheet of the master at work:

1. The Rhythm Odyssey & Dr. Dunks - “Circles” - Golf Channel Records

2. Harari - “Party” (Dr Dunks Extension) - A&M Records

[MORE]

3. Roni Griffith - “Mondo Man” (Dr Dunks Version) - Vanguard Disco

4. Bryan Ferry - “Don’t Stop the Dance” (Dr Dunks Mix)

5. TV Baby - “New York is All Right, If you Like Saxophones” (Dunks Downtown Mix) - Rong Music (not yet released)

To follow Eric Duncan, visit his Facebook page Eric Dr Dunks Duncan DJ 

(Photo & Text by Jauretsi)

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