General Lee and Tammy from George Breakfast hopped on Rova’s Pod-Head podcast and had an absolutely cracking chat.
Pod-heads is a podcast about podcasts, Lee and Tammy talk about their favourite pods to listen to (even though Tammy says he’s “more of a visual guy”. But they also talked about a whole bunch of other shit.
Their favourite interview ever, new DJs entering the scene, Jay Bulletproof and the very early days of Drum and Bass in NZ, how General got into DJing, mixing with vinyls, Fatboy Slim, DMT and fuark mate, there’s so much more they fit into a half-hour yarn.
Listen to the full podcast here.
Tammy even threw out the concept of dropping a podcast clip into a DJ set, and Lee dug it.
When it comes to what their favourite interview is, Tammy and General both had the answer ready straight away.
“The best interview Tammy and I did was Fisher… we had a cracking chat with Paul Fisher,” said General.
“I said ‘where are you?’ and Fisher goes ‘just pulled over and having a joint talking to you pricks!’... That was a really good interview.”
When it comes to podcast, General reckons you can't go past the late, great Jay Bulletproof's 'The History of New Zealand Drum and Bass' podcast. This got the boys talking about Bulletproof and what they remember of him.
"That's epic," he says of the pod. "the start of bass music and drum and bass in New Zealand."
"What a legacy, as well" adds Asher Bastion, host of Pod-Heads, before asking Lee and Tammy their memories of Jay.
General then recalls how Jay would go on to master Kiwi rapper Kings' first album 'Chapter One' for the hefty price of a box of piss.
Make sure you give the whole podcast a listen team, it's a great listen for real - there's even talks of Tammy getting an exclusive chat, so keep ya fingers crossed for that one.