How You Make Me Feel: The Life & Legacy of Marcus Intalex

How You Make Me Feel: The Life & Legacy of Marcus Intalex

How You Make Me Feel: The Life & Legacy of Marcus Intalex is a tribute to the late, great producer/DJ and a genre-transcending story of passion, creativity and timeless underground music.

Written by Sherif Dhaimish and Mark O’Donnell, it has unprecedented insider access to his life and legacy with interviews from Goldie, Calibre, DJ Flight, Doc Scott, Mark XTC and many more. It’s also visually captivating with over 100 rare photos, artwork and memorabilia.

It’s due for release on 4 October but pre-order at velocitypress.uk by 14 July (what would have been Marcus’ 53rd birthday) to get your name printed in it and to receive it first in September.

“Marcus was as impactful on drum & bass as J Dilla was to hip hop.” Goldie

“When I first heard ‘How You Make Me Feel’ it confirmed feelings I had about drum & bass and its capacity for beauty in the dance.” Calibre

“Marcus was the beginning of my drum & bass career – my first release was for Soul:r. He introduced me to Darren and Tunde (Future Cut), and Goldie. He was a really good friend. I miss him a lot.” Jenna G

“Manchester was renowned for northern soul, the Hacienda, techno, those early electro parties in Moss Side. A mix of soulful sounds with industrial – that’s what Marcus was able to channel into drum & bass.” 2D (Future Cut)

“Marcus’s legacy runs a lot deeper than just his music catalogue. Musical relationships. Alliances. Friendships. He was a bloody genius.” Zed Bias

Pre-Order / Buy velocitypress.uk

Posted by Brenton Clerkin