Up until late 2012, to 2015, Sterling had been collaborating with artists over in the United States on singles and smaller projects, until he finally released his debut project “Pixelated (Glitches) EP”, of which received positive feedback from the beat scene cats, blogs and labels - including Potholes music, Collective Resonance, The Soul Dojo and Mellow Orange. Not long after the EP was released, he later teamed up taiwan’s Conehead (昱升曾) to produce ‘SinknRise’, later followed by his single release ‘Icicle’, which was released on The Soul Dojo records. This helped him to continue networking with artists from all different corners of the globe, giving him the opportunity to work with popular beat scene producers including Tawrence (TSD), German-based producer Jusoul (Goodbois collective) and RU of the world famous Jabbawockeez dance crew. As a young producer arising through a scene that’s not so popular in the UK, he's been trying to bring the Low End Theory and LA beat scene influences over to the country, and though the response of others, this has most definitely headed the right direction; being described by the popular “Micasa” blog site to be “Quite refreshingly, pushing the UK beat scene.”
To this date, he has had great response from record labels such as URBNET (Canada), Plug research and Ninja Tune. Musicians such as Elaquent, Kidkanevil, Arkist, Mr. Woodnote, and BBC radio presenter Mary-Anne Hobbs have shown a great interest in his music.