I caught up with Fnoob resident DJ Zuni ahead of the 9th anniversary of ‘Doppler Shift’. The Wednesday night show has seen a lot of success over the years. Featuring high-profile guests that have shaped the sound of the underground. From Bas Mooy (Mord), Rolando (RRR, UR), Heron (KMS, Soma), Dave the Drummer, to Stephen Brown (Transmat, Tresor, Djax).
Doppler Shift has a fine vintage thanks to Zuni. If you haven’t had the pleasure of listening to Zuni play live, you should. His sets can range from the sublime to a full on workout that wouldn’t be out of place at Amsterdam’s Awakenings’. With more than 19 years of DJing in clubs, there’s a good reason why so many well-known DJs respect him. It’s not down to his unassuming persona but his skill and depth of knowledge of the genre.
What should we expect from the Anniversary special and what does it mean to you?
Doppler Shift has been a massive part of your life, what does the show give back to you?
So, the Doppler shift is evolving?
What’s the future of the Doppler shift?
If you could play Doppler shift live in any place in The world/universe, where would it be?
Exterior of Gashouder, Amsterdam
I always like to ask it – what’s your favourite tune?
You’ve had some pretty big names on the show over the years so If Laurent Garnier wanted to do a set, would you be up for it?
Who is your artist of the moment?
And, you’re favourite label?
What’s happening with your label, Tribal Waves?
What’s your most special ‘small’ clubbing experience. One of those wee gigs no one knew about that ended up being amazing?
Do you have a favourite show?
If you had to describe the Doppler shift in one word what would it be?
The Doppler Shift 9th Anniversary (Part 1) party kicks off, today – Wednesday 24th March at 4 pm – 8 pm on Fnoob Techno. Everyone is welcome!