Today we said a final goodbye to our brother Marcus Intalex, but only to his body. His spirit, his soul, his music… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
It’s hard to know what to say on a day like today, I haven’t felt shock, disbelief and pain like this since the day we lost Kemi in such a sudden, jarring and cruel way. I tried to write something earlier but couldn’t see the screen through my tears, this may be a bit rambling but I’ll try my best. Marcus Intalex was my friend, I’ve know him for over 25 years and he was the nicest guy in this business, ridiculously humble and incredibly talented. His impact on drum & bass is immeasurable, not only has he made some of the most amazing music to come out of this scene, he inspired countless others to do the same and led an entire city in doing so. I’ve toured with Marcus many times and played more B2B sets with him than anyone else, it was always and honour and an absolute joy to do so and I will miss him so much. I will miss his brutal honesty (he was the first to tell me if I sucked), his dry sense of humour and I will miss his perfect selection. You've left us way too soon. I hope the golf courses are good up there my friend.
Today drum and bass lost a titan, I lost a dear friend and the world lost a really really great guy. Love you forever Marcus.
We took our son to Glastonbury for his first ever gig & he saw me DJ live for the first time. Life doesn't get much better. ????✌️❤️ https://t.co/2nK2k2mdVw Link