Chris Stussy is the subject of new docu-series ‘Chris Stussy: Uncut’

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Chris Stussy has launched a new docu-series titled Chris Stussy: Uncut.

The monthly series follows Stussy behind the scenes from the past two years of shows, producing and more.

Episode one is out now via the artist’s YouTube channel and sees the Up The Stuss label head tour around North and South America at events such as San Bernardino’s Escape Halloween, Miami’s Club Space and Asuncion’s Safari Club.

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The following episode will be out on February 27 and will showcase what Stussy names a “landmark moment” in his career with his Coachella debut alongside his sold-out headline show at Sound, Los Angeles.

Filmed and edited by Stussy’s close friend Tim Jonker, the monthly series is available to watch on Chris Stussy’s official YouTube channel.

Speaking on Chris Stussy: Uncut the DJ says: “The last two years have been quite a rollercoaster for me and the people close to me. We have been trying to capture some of it for a while, and I’m finally able to share this with you”.

He adds: “Expect to see everything that happens behind the scenes: my shows, touring, the process of making music on the road, and the fun and challenges that come with living the life that I live these days.”

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On top of his documentary, Stussy has also recently released his new single ‘Desire’ via his label Up The Stuss.

“What initially started out as just a cheeky edit for me to play in my sets quickly became one of my most requested songs. It’s fun to see how these things happen when you least expect them,” Stussy shares.

In 2023, Mixmag named Stussy as one of the DJs who defined the year following his global success and his debut at The Lab LDN.

Watch episode one of Chris Stussy: Uncut below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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