DJ MARFOX and DJ NIGGA FOX interviewed for SUNDAY TIMES (SA)

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Words by Lloyd Gedye

WHEN Nintendo’s game developers dreamt up Fox McCloud in the early ’90s, they could never have known that the gaming franchise would play a major part in the future of Lisbon underground dance music. At the time, housing projects in Lisbon were filled with kids playing a 3D outer-space shoot-’em-up called Star Fox. As Marlon Silva tells
it, everybody in his neighbourhood was playing the game. “Because everybody was playing
it we all had a nickname ending in fox, my name is Marlon so I was Marfox,” he says.
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