Born and Raised in New York, Skoof's Low-Fi, Oldschool, sound is a reflection of his history as DJ in the late 90's.

Unofficially hailed as the Father of �B-Music�, Skoof's trademark sets and productions often incorporate B-Movie, Grindhouse & Horror Cinema-Samples and have been supported by the likes of Marco Bailey, Liquid Todd, Jonathan Peters, and many more; including, yet not limited to, air-play on BBC Radio 1.

His Productions and Mixes vary in genre and have been released through multiple labels, such as:
Beat Rude Records, Supermarket Records, Red Robot Records, Amathus Music, and Side B Underground.

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