Australian Producer Monkey Marc have a chat with Dj Altafari., going from his early beginnings on producing Music., All from Electronic, Dub, Dubstep, Reggae and Hip Hop Sounds. His enviromental approach in which also involves working with aboriginal artists,
After several near-death accidents, he switched to a life of music and political agitation, spending years roaming the Australian desert as an activist and guerrilla environmentalist. Monkey’s passion for music and social change has taken him across remote regions of Australia and the world. Originally working as a geologist in outback Australian gold mines, Monkey got his name from the mining jobs that required him to climb high up into dangerous areas of mineshafts to safeguard them for the miners.
Monkey Marc has worked with indigenous communities for over 15 years, running workshops with youths and traditional elders in remote communities around Australia .
Monkey Marc also talks about his brand new Album Vital Sound which
is a hard-hitting blend of reggae, hip hop, dancehall, dub, grime, and trap. It boasts a heavyweight line-up of Jamaican veterans like Sizzla, Capleton, Ninjaman, Turbulence, Fantan Mojah, Dre Island, Iba MaHr, and Prince Alla alongside rising stars like Fyah Roiall, Blvk H3ro, Yeza, Aza Lineage, and Jah Izrehl. The album also features UK artists Soom T, Riko Dan, Speng Bond, Killa P, and Irah, as well as collaborations with producers like UK dubstep pioneer Pinch, Australian reggae producer Mista Savona (Havana Meets Kingston), UK dub producer Escape Roots, and Jamaican producer SOS Dynamikz.