Starting with a pair of salvaged Goodman’s belt drives, an ancient Numark mixer and 3 second hand garage vinyls Simon taught himself the intricacies of mixing, blending, chopping and dropping which have served as a valuable skill set to amaze audiences worldwide ever since.
From old school garage, Simon graduated on to the (then) newly, locally emerging ‘Grime’ scene – although at that early stage there was no name attached to the stunningly dark cacophony of kick drums and bass reverberations. With an eclectic cast of DJ’s, crews and MC’s he worked on mixes both in the studio and on various radio stations around east London, although most are now sadly defunct and forgotten…
Simon prides himself on the beauty of diversity across the musical spectrum with a personal library that extends further than the eye can see or the finger can scroll! His aim is to create compositions that people can skank out to, alleviate boredom with, reminisce to, be inspired by, and many more.
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