Hooked on 4/4 ever since listening to 1990 London pirate radio stations and groundbreaking DJs like Jazzy M and Tim Westwood playing early electro, house and hip-hop on LWR. A few years later snared by all the DJs and MCs on Kool FM 94.5, Rush FM, The Don and the rapidly developing world of Hardcore and Jungle, reinforced when I moved to Bath and caught the beginnings of Bristol jungle and trip hop, Full Cycle, Cup Of Tea and so on.

Inevitably Speed Garage fed my need for higher BPMs in House, but UK Garage got too much like US gangsta R&B drivel for my tastes.

Minimal Techno from Studio 1 and Basic Channel filled the void nicely.

So, what's next? Well, actually, it's Dubstep.

[Sorry, but nothing on my list is for sale/trade but if you are having problems finding a copy of what you are looking for please send me an email]
Recent Activity
posted a review of Samble Orchestra - Inner Spirit. about 1 year ago
It's a nice tune for sure, but the Love Spirit mix clearly samples Maurizio's "M6". Not even trying to hide it!
submitted DJ Phantasy - Ruff'n'Ready. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Instra:mental - Leave It All Behind / Forbidden. over 4 years ago
I heard "Leave It All Behind" on a Ramadanman mix for Apple Pips and couldn't fathom why the tune sounded so familiar. Then it hit me. It's Side B from Care Company's "Vol 2" (http://www.discogs.com/Care-Company-Vol-2/master/66524)
submitted Various - Serious Dub. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Rhythm & Sound w/ Tikiman - Never Tell You. over 8 years ago
A (maybe THE) true classic of the minimal techno/dub reggae hybrid. Often imitated, never bettered.
posted a comment on Juno - Soul Thunder. over 8 years ago
There has been a long running show on BBC Radio 4 called Desert Island Discs where you have to choose 10 tunes that would keep you company whilst stranded. This would be one of mine. Sublime and unparalleled. A true classic of UK techno.