Episode 13

Published on:

5th Apr 2022

#013 Mark Broadbent

Mark Broadbent, the slightly embarrassed recipient of an Outstanding Contribution award from DJ Mag, is a nonetheless-legendary promoter and prominent proponent of the importance of serious music policy in nightclubs. Most noted for his work in Ibiza with We Love Space and Cream, he currently works on festivals in Croatia (including Love International and Hospitality) and events at Pikes Hotel in Ibiza. We discuss his journey through music, from the roots of acid house, the emergence of Cream in Liverpool, booking Carl Cox on Bondi beach on Millennium Eve, having Jeff Mills as a resident DJ, to being not-that-keen on the Swedish House Mafia. Mark has been everywhere and done everything, and you will enjoy this episode!

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About the Podcast

Not A Diving Podcast with Scuba
Electronic music conversations
Paul Rose aka the musician, DJ, and A&R known as Scuba talks to people of significance from the world of electronic music about their experiences, observations, and attempts to cultivate a life for themselves in the murky and sometimes treacherous waters of the music industry.

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Paul Rose

Scuba is a maker of music from the UK. He is also the founder of a record label called Hotflush Recordings, and the host of the Not A Diving Podcast.