Missing Links (real name: Boris Nihom, 1981) has been involved in making music for as long as he can remember. He started playing drums at the age of 4, started recording his own compilation cassettes from national radio at when he was only 10 years old, bought his first hiphop and drum&bass records at 15, and played his first official gig as a dj at club Melkweg in Amsterdam when he was 17. Today, 8 years since that first gig, he has developed an extremely broad taste for music. From old soul and funk, via hiphop and nu-soul, to broken beats and drum&bass. The only common factor in all of his dj-sets is his love for funky beats, fat basslines and soulful instrumentation, his inspirations ranging from Marvin Gaye and Herbie Hancock to Carl Craig, J Dilla and Marc de Clive-Lowe. Missing Links is known to rock any dance floor with his varied combination of electronic and sample based music, often spicing up his set with the use of various filters, effects, samplers and drum machines.