hearing the Studio 54 compilation, it took Steve Spinner about three month
to work out how it was all done. Work at Annabella's, Pinocchios, Beethoven's,
Jules, The Eastern Sates, Club A, Metropolis, Fire and Ice and others solidify
Spinner's abilities in the industry mind as he continued to evolve with
both the music and the scene. "I like any type of music. I think you have
to be versatile. Originally I started off with funk, so I suppose that would
be my niche. But I like all types, garage, hard-house, and even some hard
core. I don't mind. Most of the upfront stuff", Spinner adds, "I like."
But it's not just music that's changing. "I think years ago it was a lot
easier to get a crowd going. People now, they seem to be looking over their
shoulder seeing who's watching them," Spinner observes. A very conscious
situation. Still, he pulls it off as the Marble Bar groovers will attest.
Courtesy D.J Feature Xpress Magazine.