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Ollie Teeba of the Herbaliser was at the centre of the UK scene when hip hop and the trainers we love today made their introduction and he has an impressive record collection too.
Just because somebody’s quiet doesn’t mean they’ve got nothing to say. The first time I met Ollie Trattles – at his mum’s house in Twickenham in about 1994 or ’95 creating the cover for the debut Herbaliser LP ‘Remedies’ – I don’t remember him saying much at all. What I do remember is his brother Barney playing Jadell and I ‘Back Door‘ and us talking about the samples on The Wiseguys ‘Real Vibes‘. Since then Ollie has said plenty with his incredible records from pioneering British hip hop outfits The Herbaliser and lately Sounsci.
Ollie has been into hip hop since it first hit the UK shores in the early 1980s and knows the culture more deeply than many. He’s not only ‘got the T shirt’, he’s got a lot of shoes and records to go with it. Read this interview with Ollie from Frixshun and find out how, for serious hip hop heads at least, sneakers/trainers/kicks/whatever you want to call them and records are intrinsically linked.