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No Pies For 200 Yards
A Film about Mr Scruff
Combining original animation with all-access documentary footage, 'No Pies for 200 Yards' profiles the self-depreciating Mancunian DJ phenomenon during a tour earlier this year. At a time when dance music is going down the toilet, Mr Scruff - the antithesis of a 'superstar' DJ - regularly sells out venues as large as London's Forum. Gilles Peterson, Alexis Petridis and the Fun Lovin' Criminals appear in a film that surreally flips from a VW bug ball in Cornwall to the Stockport Viaduct to a hilarious backstage encounter with an indignant West Country rave dancer.- - -
Mr Scruff BiographyAndy Carthy’s transformation from humble supermarket shelf stacker assistant to world beating DJ and gold selling artist Mr Scruff is well and truly complete. Since his first vinyl excursion he has recorded for over 25 labels including Warp, Sirkus, Disorient, Blood & Fire, Cup Of Tea and, of course, Ninja Tune. He has remixed Nightmares On Wax and Bim Sherman and refused to remix Nigel Kennedy. It is Uncle Scruff’s humble perspective on his success that means he is adored by true music fans the world over and it is only right that we let Mr Scruff tell the story of how it all began. Over to you Andy……….
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