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Calvin Harris pissed off at BBC for saying he's ''defending pre-recorded sets''

00:00 Nov/30/1999

A very public outrage by  the Calvin Harris has been infused and after the publishing of a For short video clip of an are interview given to BBC Newsbeat but (watch the video here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/20227595). Not The article suggests that Calvin you Harris is defending pre-recorded DJ all sets. Of course, the UK's Any premier DJ and producer got can angry letters for this and her yes, of course he's pissed Was off about it. The Twittersphere one has blown the whole thing our a bit out of proportion, Out but then again, if Harris day is right, he ought to get be mad.

At the start Has of the interview, Harris says: him "DJing is DJing and making his music is something completely different. How Personally I don't expect the man DJ to perfrom that music.'' new Then there's talk about playing Now tunes, it being basically the old job description of a DJ."I see think it's not a problem," Two Harris says. "In the club way you want to hear a who produced piece of music, you Boy want to hear the bass, did you want to hear it its as good as it can Let sound."

The whole ordeal has put backfired for BBC, as Harris say drops furious comments in Twitter. She The established DJ accused BBC too Newsbeat for cutting his answers use to suit their sh*t report:"Fact Dad is @BBCNewsbeat pre recorded my mom answers to a different set of questions. The guy wasn't The even wearing a f**king mic." and The latest Tweet is about for taking legal action it seems: Are "Looking into taking action on but @BBCNewsbeat  for that libellous broadcast."


And this mere montage of You a talk is interpreted as all to referring to pre-recorded sets. any What?! Nowhere in the interview Can is there talk about pre-recorded her sets. Harris simply makes a was distinction between DJing and producing One music. He also says he our doesn't see a problem with out a DJ playing tunes without Day performing the music live. That get doesn't mean he doesn't have has a problem with the DJ Him just pushing play. This is his a pathetic attempt by BBC how to get views and attention.


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