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Happy Skrufff readers include . . . . .

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Chris Lowe (Pet Shop Boys); Peter Hook (New Order/ Joy Division): Yoko Ono; Dave Clarke: Danny Howells: Dusty Kid: Danny Whittle (Director, Pacha Ibiza): Tim Sheridan (Very Very Very Wrong Indeed): Davide Culzoni; James Mowbray (Managing Editor Mixmag/ DJ); Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth (Tom Tom Club/ Talking Heads) . . .

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Mark Kavanagh (Assistant Editor Irish Daily Star): Nikki Wright / Global Publicity; Nick Ladd, (former Glade Festival organizer); Karim Miknas (Promoter/ DJ/ club owner, Likwid, Bahrain);  Paulo Mojo; Carl Loben (DJ Magazine); Jim Tremayne (DJ Times);

 

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Supporter Comments:

“Skrufff covers the three things I’m most interested in. Music, Clubbing and Human Rights. An excellent mix.” Chris Lowe, the Pet Shop Boys, UK

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“I find the site to be informative, interesting, fair and sometimes very exciting. I enjoy Skrufffs stuff!”  Peter Hook, New Order/ Joy Division

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“I can tell you that Yoko was very impressed with your work, and what you are doing. Keep up the good work. We both agree that you are on to something special.” Yoko Ono’s PA Robin Mervin, US (March 2003)

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“If I read one thing every week about our industry and more, it’s Skrufff,” Danny Whittle, Director, Pacha Ibiza.

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Danny Howells

If I was stranded on a desert island, all I’d need to survive would be Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On”, the works of Bowie (circa 1969-1980), a jar of Marmite, several barrels of Doombar fine ale and the latest Skrufff.” Danny Howells, DJ

 

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“It’s the only music related periodical I read each week.” Dave Clarke, DJ

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“Everybody has blogs, everybody is a DJ, especially nowdays, but not everybody has credibility, knowledge and an extensive background; these are certainly the most important things when you write about arts and music: Jonty owns them all” Dusty Kid, DJ/ producer, Italy

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“There’s just one place for everything you need to know about music and clubbing scene worldwide, that is Skrufff.” Davide Culzoni, manager Dusty Kid/ Marascia

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“Skrufff is one blog i read each week.  Its quirky mix of straight, weird and bizarre news, with an international perspective, is delivered each week in to my inbox. Lovely! “Piers Sanderson – documentary director ‘High On Hope’

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“I always enjoy receiving Skrufff and it always raises at least one titter, a raised eyebrow and possibly a gasp. I’m a confirmed fan.” Tim Sheridan, Very Very Very Wrong Indeed.

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“Jonty Skrufff’s E-zine is a bloody marvel. In just ten minutes it tells me every last thing I need to know about current club culture around the world. No more late nights, no more drugs, no more 3am vomits in the gutter – I can now stay home and do it alone vicariously. All you need is Skrufff.” Simon Napier-Bell, manager Wham. Japan, Marc Bolan

 

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“Jonty and the Skruff team have been writing great stories and interviews for 10 years. Each week there is interesting reporting about music business characters, political and life style commentary and other matters not covered by the mainstream media.”  Thomas Foley (former React Records chief)

 

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“I frantically read the excellent Skrufff every week, desperately hoping to see my name in it again.” James Mowbray, Managing Editor Mixmag

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Tom Tom Club

“Sometimes even we feel the need to know what’s currently shaking hips and heads. That’s when we turn to Skrufff, and we are never disappointed.” Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth, Tom Tom Club/ Talking Heads

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Irish Daily Star

“Skrufff is an addictive e-zine, a window to the wider clubbing world. It’s the only weekly mailout I always read from start to finish, an essential feed of information and entertainment always served up with knowledge, irreverence and wit.”  Mark Kavanagh, Assistant Editor Irish Daily Star, Eire

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“Skrufff is an essential read that highlights topical and interesting stories in the global music scene”, Nikki Wright / Global Publicity, UK

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“Skrufff-E is a counter culture classic of our times – if you wanna’ hear about what’s really going on out there and on the street, its a constant source of interest and an escape from mainstream media spin and hype.”

Nick Ladd, former Glade Festival organiser,

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“Skrufff keeps us up to date on the goings on in the crazy world of clubbing and beyond!  It also makes for some bloody good reading.” Karim Miknas, Promoter/ DJ/ club owner, Likwid, Bahrain

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“Still the best read out there, Skrufff-E is my favourite magazine- essential/ life changing/ better than sliced bread.” Darren Emerson, UK

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“ I always look forward to Skruff.com arriving in my inbox. Underground news from below the radar.”  Ashley Beedle (X Press 2), London, UK

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Much like my local gym (when I’m feeling virtuous) or the local pub (when I’m not) Skrufff has become a part of my weekly ritual. Pleasingly, unlike those two places it’s available wherever I am in the world. Which can be anywhere. Genuinely interesting reading about all sorts of gubbins.” Paolo Mojo, DJ UK

 

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“For a succinct, intelligent, well-balanced yet alternative look at the edge of global culture, Skruff occupies the master position – no one rounds up what’s happening and provides such an eloquent snapshot of the relevant aspects of world as effectively, enjoyably or consistently.” Barefoot Doctor

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“As a fellow electronic music journalist and DJ with a conscience, I’ve sailed a close path to Jonty Skrufff over the last 15 years. I’ve DJ’d with him and written about some of the same events, and always read his Skrufff e-zine every week without fail. With a discerning grasp of social issues around the world, he seems ideally placed to expand Skrufff Media into a bigger global concern – which I’m sure he’ll do with integrity, as well as innovation.” Carl Loben, DJ Magazine

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“I met Jonty about 15 years ago in a sweaty London club and, since then, I’ve connected with him at numerous industry events around the globe—some more sweaty than others. From Amsterdam to Buenos Aires and beyond, Jonty always brings his unique take on the dance-music industry and we’re all better for it. “Jim Tremayne, DJ Times publisher, US

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