Detromental was the work of Dean Marriott (who was just 18 at the time) and another Sheffield native, Lloyd Douglass, with Producer Austin Bambrook
From Sheffield, UK. In 1990/91 their studio was in Sheffield in the attic room of a house just off Cemetery Road.

Singles & EPs

Detromental - Doin Damage 5tk 12in EP album art Detromental Doin Damage 5tk 12in EP (EP) Not On Label UK 1991 Sell This Version
RAV 2, DET 002 Detromental - Rewind / Juice Bar album art Detromental Rewind / Juice Bar(12", W/Lbl) Rave (2), Not On Label RAV 2, DET 002 UK 1991 Sell This Version
RAV 1 Detromental - Move / Move De Bass album art Detromental Move / Move De Bass(12", W/Lbl) Rave (2) RAV 1 UK 1991 Sell This Version
DET 002 Detromental - X Amount Of Respect album art Detromental X Amount Of Respect(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Not On Label DET 002 UK 1992 Sell This Version
Detromental - Move album art Detromental Move (Single) Central Processing Unit UK 2017 Sell This Version

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February 15, 2012
The studio on Cemetery Road was set up when I (Austin Bambrook) closed Trapdoor Studios / Masterbyte Digital Audio. I helped Lloyd set-up the Cemetery Rd Studio, and lent much of the equipment, as I began to study for my MA in film production at NSFTV. I remember a trip to Scotland to purchase the large TEAC console for the new studio, and the difficulty we had getting it up the stairs. EQ was ideal for this kind of music though.

The first EP, Doin Damage and the follow-up, Juice Bar/Rewind were recorded at Trapdoor Studios on Crescent Road, Sheffield. Produced by myself and performed by Lloyd. I am embarrassed to admit I cannot remember Lloyd's surname right now – he had a brother, Linval.

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