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Tony Talk托尼嘉宾室

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Hey, Mr DJ!

 

Tony: Hello and welcome to Tony Talk! Today with me is guest DJ Snoop who is DJ-ing here in Guangzhou, and we’re going to talk a little bit about the DJ business here in China. So Snoop, you’ve been in Guangzhou for how long?

Snoop: One year and three months about.

Tony: About one year and three months. Right now, the international DJ and club scene is very popular in China. What do you think attracts the club goers? Is it whoever1, is the DJ or is it the music, or the club itself with the decorations and...?

Snoop: Ah, especially in China, I can say there’s nothing special going on in most of the clubs.

Tony: Um hmm.

Snoop: I feel the customers, if they are not coming for the, to the place for the music, they are coming for the decoration or the people they are going to meet there.

Tony: Oh, OK.

Snoop: Because I have the feeling that, it should be one of these three things that attracts the customers. Either the music is good or the place looks nice or the kind of people to hang out with. I feel that’s the picture.

Tony: Do you find it hard sometimes to be creative to use new music because maybe some of the people aren’t familiar with the new tunes2?

Snoop: Yes, yes, yes. It’s real hard. Because like I’m leaving for Hong Kong tomorrow. And my colleagues3 there have some new stuff4 they want to show me, they want me to listen to and but it won’t get here till half year or a year which is I mean, r unlike5 doing a DJ job like in Hong Kong or in Japan or in Europe. I mean, which is if you’re not up to date, you’re not working as a DJ. So I think that’s one of the loopholes here working as a DJ anyway.

Tony: Do you find that to be one of the most, one of the more difficult things about DJ-ing in China?

Snoop: For me, I don’t feel it is so difficult just that because the way I work. I try to let people know new things, you know, while working.

Tony: Umm.

Snoop: Like put in some old tunes mix it up with one or two new tunes, so that as time goes on they’ll get used to it, and they’ll know it faster than you know letting it to come to the market. So I think I’m helping6 them, I mean, to keep my customers up to date. But I mean, when you see a good beat, you know so. I don’t think it’s much problem for me.

Tony: A couple of years ago, the rave7, the rave scene was very big in Europe, in America and even in China last year it was, it’s becoming more and more popular. What do you see that going in the future? Do you think?

Snoop: About rave?

Tony: Yeah.

Snoop: What I think more is that the hip-hop R&B is going to move more than the rave.

Tony: Really?

Snoop: Yeah, because now in China, you know, all the kids - they’re doing this street dancing now.

Tony: Right.

Snoop: It’s getting big now in China, street dancing, and you can’t dance, you can’t do street dancing with a, with a rave party. The rave, I mean whatever, you know.

Tony: Right, a different environment, a different culture. You’re being a DJ here in China, I mean, you’re a foreigner here doing DJ work, do you get a lot of, I mean, any special benefits9 that go along with that?

Snoop: For now I can say just there’s a little benefit8. The benefit there are number one, I’m a foreign DJ which is something nice for me in China; and number two, I thank God because I can do a good job. So the only thing I can say here is that I have my own style, so I look abnormal10 like in my dressing11 and sometimes my customers I walk on the street people say, “Oh, wow!” You know that kind of stuff. That’s my style. I think, I don’t know about any other DJ, but that’s me.

Tony: But maybe people like that and so that attracts them.

Snoop: I feel not everyone will like it, but I feel a lot of people like it anyway.

Tony: Cause it’s different.

Snoop: Yeah. I mean it’s not something you see every day.

Tony: Right.

Snoop: Yeah. I try to put up something different from, you know, what people are used to see.

Tony: Right. That’s good.

Snoop: That’s a picture I’m trying to create perhaps.

Tony: Well, we wish you the best and that’s all for now for Tony Talk, and see you next time!

Snoop: To all you fellows out there, thank you very much for giving me your time! I appreciate it. CE

 

 


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1 whoever 9gQwK     
pron.无论谁,不管谁;任何人
参考例句:
  • I'll find the person who did this,whoever he is.我要找出干这件事的人,不管他是谁。
  • Whoever does best will get the prize.谁做得最出色谁就得奖。
2 tunes 175b0afea09410c65d28e4b62c406c21     
n.曲调,曲子( tune的名词复数 )v.调音( tune的第三人称单数 );调整;(给收音机、电视等)调谐;使协调
参考例句:
  • a potpourri of tunes 乐曲集锦
  • When things get a bit too much, she simply tunes out temporarily. 碰到事情太棘手时,她干脆暂时撒手不管。 来自《简明英汉词典》
3 colleagues 7801ef7e930d2e49cf6e071f5fc43c63     
n.同事,同僚( colleague的名词复数 );同人
参考例句:
  • He wanted to confer with his colleagues before reaching a decision. 他想与他的同事先商议一下再作出决定。
  • She is held in high esteem by her colleagues. 她深受同事的敬重。
4 stuff Itsw1     
n.原料,材料,东西;vt.填满;吃饱
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  • We could supply you with the stuff in the raw tomorrow.明天我们可以供应你原材料。
  • He is not the stuff.他不是这个材料。
5 unlike cjiwy     
adj.不同的,不相似的;prep.不像,和...不同
参考例句:
  • She's very unlike her mother.她一点也不像她母亲。
  • It's unlike him to be late;he's usually on time.他不是会迟到的那种人,他通常很准时。
6 helping 2rGzDc     
n.食物的一份&adj.帮助人的,辅助的
参考例句:
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可怜的孩子们总是要求我把我的汉堡包再给他们一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 这样一来, 他在某些时候,有助于竞争的加强。
7 rave MA8z9     
vi.胡言乱语;热衷谈论;n.热情赞扬
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  • The drunkard began to rave again.这酒鬼又开始胡言乱语了。
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8 benefit OQyyC     
n.好处,益处,福利;vt.有益于,对…有益;vi.受益于
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  • The money is to be used for the benefit of the poor.这笔钱用来为穷人谋福利。
  • He thought he would benefit from going to school.他认为上学对他有好处。
9 benefits 79da17fa16c14866aa3306a4541afec5     
n.津贴费;利益( benefit的名词复数 );(给职工的)奖金;救济金;益处
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  • economic benefits accruing to the country from tourism 旅游业为该国带来的经济效益
  • The article enthused about the benefits that the new system would bring. 本文热情赞扬了新制度将带来的好处。
10 abnormal UIvy2     
adj.反常的,不正常的,不规则的
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  • This warm weather is abnormal for February.二月里这种温暖的天气不太正常。
  • That is simply abnormal.那简直是反常的。
11 dressing 1uOzJG     
n.(食物)调料;包扎伤口的用品,敷料
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  • Don't spend such a lot of time in dressing yourself.别花那么多时间来打扮自己。
  • The children enjoy dressing up in mother's old clothes.孩子们喜欢穿上妈妈旧时的衣服玩。
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