TIMESLOT: Tuesday 9pm till 12am Time – ((( LIVE FROM THE CAPE TOWN )))
W.T.F.F is Mutha FM’s Bass music show and focuses and whats happening on that side of the Industry. locally and Internationally.
Reggae/ Hip Hop/ Funk/ Breaks/ Drum & Bass/ Ghetto Funk/ Booty Bass and more… (if we like it we will play it)
Presented by the Boogieman (aka Farrell Adams)
- The W.T.F.F Show Intro
- Boogie in Thirty
- Back to the Roots
- Freshly Sprouted
- Shining Bass
- Bietjie Kak Praat
The Boogieman aka (Farrell Adams)
Having been the front man of a band called “Nine” in the mid-nineties, and later “The Firing Squad” and “Golliwog”, has allowed Farrell to utilise his performance skills during his Boogieman sets.
“If you don’t look like you’re digging your own tunes when you’re playing, how can you expect other people to dig it?” says Adams. “It’s all about the energy you put out that infects your dance floor.”
Having been involved in a passionate love affair with music since his first breath, he is a consummate collector and self-proclaimed musicologist. Dj’ing has provided him with the perfect platform to indulge both his love for music, and for making people dance.
With roots deeply entrenched in funk and soul and jazz, he is constantly exploring and discovering newer and exciting versions of these genres, taking his audience to new levels of entertainment. A musical schizophrenic, his sets are a journey, full of surprises. Anything can happen, so an open mind is a recommended accessory.
He seamlessly transcends genres without regard for the age of the tune.
“A good tune is a good tune regardless of how old, or how well known it is. Old skool, nu skool…f*#k skool! School’s out!” The only valid criterion is that it makes people dance and that it’s honest.
He has toured extensively playing numerous clubs and festivals that has allowed him to hone his technical skills and his ability to read his audience, providing the right flavour for the circumstances.
It was while touring, that he found himself playing in Bloemfontein, at a club called “Die Mystic Boer”. It was here in the mid nought-ies that he made the acquaintance of his accomplice, “Disko D”.
Their love of electronic dance music was the basis for their alliance. When Disko move to Boogie’s home town of Cape Town, the alliance was strengthened when he asked Boogie to remix a tune which was the theme for the Cape Town Cannabis March, at which they both performed to approximately 50 000 people and which he helped co-ordinate.