Really my first love has been house from the days off 'Pump up the jam' 'M.A.R.S. - Pump Up The Volume' 'Inner City - Good Life' with a record and tape deck build into one,I tired my first hand on mixing try too cut between the vinyl button and tape button. Moving onto the Hardcore/Jungle era meeting a bunch off friends at college we all shared two belt drive turntables and a mixer, buying vinyl every saturday spending hours on end searching what we been hearing on radio stations such us Kool FM/Pulse FM/Weekend Rush and Euruption Fm, as months went by I grew a collection off vinyl and started just mixing two records until I got themin beat and built from there, which I found I had a talent for mixing, studying the likes of Andy C/Randall/ DJ Zinc/Slipmatt/PerssuseX etc.
Then found myself luving the 4x4 sounds of UK Garage (the more House sounds of Garage) and this is where I first got my own radio show Friday night 10pm until midnight on Flashback FM, which build a following and started getting bookings around my local area. My show was doing well and had an MC too help run the show so I can just mix, from here we grew even bigger and had other DJ's and MC's join us, which then we started 'Essentials' we then joined a interner radio station named 'World Dance Radio' and it all grew from they, I started producing tracks on Music 2000, and getting them cut on dubplate, We then rejoined 'Flashback Fm' and had guest's like Dizzie Rascal, some off the Nasty Krew members, by this time I was more onto the darker 4x4 sounds, and grew apart from Essentials, which I took a break from the DJ'ing scene.
Around 2000 I got in touch which one off the Dj's from Essentials and joined him on the station he was on UK Rumble, and told me about FWD at plastic people on a Friday night, so I went with him and started to like the Dubstep sounds as it reminded my of the drum and bass days with the samples and heavy bassline's, So this is where I got the name Rumcream from, because I used to sneak the drink into the event every Friday.
After a while to be honest got bored off the Dubstep sounds, while listening to Rinse listening to DJ's such as Kismet,I-C and Feva, A-plus and Superior, hearing tracks that where on the deeper/techy side my love for House grew back, this is when I decided to start my own label and Dj again, I gave afew off my Productions to Tippa, and straight away he got them played on radio on Rinse FM, and reviewed them in his monthly tracks off the month coloum on a online music magazine run by QOS (Queen of Sheba), this is where I started to get a name from my productions and also my mixes. So now this has taken me where I am today.