Dub Child stems from a musical background of reggae/dub, hip-hop, house, and drum & bass anything with a pulse and a touch of soul. Dub Child started producing from the age of eleven and has not stopped since he started producing hip-hop which was and still is his main love of music; he began his musical journey on an Amiga 500 which gave him the necessary tools to enhance his production skills. After a while Dub Child moved on to PC format using Cubase and an Akai sampler, he was then introduced to the world of UK/speed garage which he automatically took to. It wasn't long until local drum & bass outlet Formation Records took an interest in his style of production were he released singles such as Time 2 Bump, The March and Grime Time on their sister label 100% and DJ Lombardo's Fragile Beats which all sold out. After leaving Formation records Dub Child then began building his profile moving with the times and the ever changing styles of music he found his zone producing bass line breaks, breakstep, dub step which stems from garage, grime, drum & bass/jungle. Gaining respect from the club and radio DJs such as Ras Kwame, Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, Mary Anne Hobbs his production style was stamped as different futuristic. He was noted as one of the baddest unrealised artist to hit the scene gaining top chart reviews from a number of DJs and DJ magazines. Dub Child was then approached by label owner Quiet Storm aka Caspa (Dub Police) then owner of Storming Productions were he released such bullets as Voodoo, Roll Dat Shit, Take Me and Psychopath which has been played across most radio stations from underground to commercial such as Rinse FM, Kiss FM, Galaxy FM, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1xtra and Sub FM. Dub Child is currently releasing material on DPR owned by garage legend Noodles (founder of Groove Chronicles) and has remixed artists such as Alicia Keys, Guru, Zed Bias, El-B, Patsy Fuller.