Island Talks #004
Tony Humphries‘ impeccable pedigree reaches back nearly four decades and stems from his time as a mastermixer at New York’s revered radio station, Kiss FM, where he learned the structure and standards that make his delivery the nuanced mastery that it is today. But it was across the river in New Jersey where he would become known as the King of House for his genre-blending sets at Club Zanzibar. A brilliant mix of gospel, mambo, R&B, rock and whatever else caught his ear, Tony’s marathon stretches were a dance party no one wanted to miss.
A genuine DJ’s DJ, here from a Katamama Rooftop Suite, Tony sheds light on his industry experience while we surprise him with a musical tribute.
We catch up with British DJ Midland as he catches waves with Katamama's go-to surf guide, Dani.
A genuine DJ’s DJ, the legendary Tony Humphries sheds light on his industry experience while we surprise him with a musical tribute
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Tap into the mystical energy of ancient rudraksha beads, used in Hindu prayer since the 10th century and just as meaningful today
The Katamama lensman on his third-culture upbringing, how wanderlust fuelled a career change, and his go-to photo destinations.
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For the second installment of our new creative interview series, we catch Peggy Gou before her set with Larry Heard at Potato Head Beach Club.
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