THERE’S no end to Ed Steelefox’s talents. As well as being a mighty mobile wedding and mash-up DJ, he is also a master in junk percussion and a stonking drummer. He is also a fan of Worcester, friend to all and self-proclaimed ‘pillock of the community’. We love him…

Who is your ultimate musical icon?

Freddie Mercury, especially at Live Aid.

Who is your inspiration (musical or otherwise)?

Daedelus (musician or otherwise).

If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?

I’d have to be here, much to do!

If you were able to change into any animal, what would you be and why?

Perhaps a swallow, for flight.

If you could be any superhero, which one would you be and why?

The Invisible Man for a bit of peace and quiet.

Where is your favourite gig venue?

Maybe The Flapper in Brum, only for having seen some deeply impressive shows there 15 years ago; Mogwai, Aerial M, Six by Seven, Arab Strap…

Which band or artist do you think should be more famous?

Howard James Kenny, Richard Clarke & The Rafters, The Cadbury Sisters, Remi Harris, Shambollix

What one album should everybody have in their collection?

Jesus Christ Superstar.

Digital or vinyl?

Both.

What was the first single you bought?

It may have been Slight Return by The Bluetones.

What was the first gig you went to?

On my own, possibly Echobelly at The Northwick in Worcester.

Name your top five bands/artists of all time?

Ben Folds, Tori Amos, Neil Young, Ani Difranco, The Bad Plus.

Do you have a favourite local band (Worcestershire)?

At the moment it’d be The Other Covers Trio.

Who would be in your ultimate super group?

Sounds selfish, but I’ve always fancied a jam with loads of me’s to psychically make the music that’s often playing in my head anyway.

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