NEMONE'S ELECTRONIC 90s SERIES 1 - 2. NEMONE TALKS TO GOLDIE (320kbs-m4a/129mb/56mins)
BBC Radio 2 broadcast: 28th February 2017
Goldie, responsible for urban drum and bass opus 'Timeless', shares his unique experiences of the UK's dance music scene in the 1990s. He chats to Nemone about his musical influences, the early days of the jungle scene, the making of ground-breaking tracks such as 'Inner City Life', and working with David Bowie.
Clifford Price MBE, better known by his stage name Goldie, initially gained exposure for his work as a graffiti artist in the 1980s, and then became well known for his pioneering role in the 1990s UK rave scene as a producer, including his work in musical styles such as jungle and breakbeat hardcore. He released a variety of singles under the psuedonym Rufige Kru and co-founded the label Metalheadz. He would later release several albums under his own name, including the 1995 album Timeless, which entered the UK charts at number 7.
Goldie's acting credits include the 1999 James Bond film The World Is Not Enough, Guy Ritchie's Snatch (2000) and the BBC soap opera EastEnders. He has also appeared in a number of celebrity reality television shows, including Celebrity Big Brother 2, Strictly Come Dancing, Come Dine with Me and Maestro.