I've been mixing UKG for half my life and seen many changes in the world of house and garage. From the days of trawling various record shops like Black Market Records, Uptown Records, The Vinyl Cafe in Camden (still to this day the best record shop) and the various Exchange shops dotted around London, HMV and Tower Records to buying vinyl with my dinner money after school from Bassline Records in Kilburn (shouts to Spin-e-b & Double O) to now trawling online for the latest track you heard another dj play by a certain producer and hoping to find some info or a link up on the various social networking sites avalible nowadays.
I've been producing music on and off for 10 years and brought out my first ep on vinyl in 2002 on North West Ultrasound record label, alongside N.W.U.S owner Jay Spax. I put most of my own tracks on my Soundcloud page (www. SCI-FI ) for free download. I also have a dedicated Soundcloud page for my mixes/sets and radio shows, dj sci-fi which is regularly updated.
I've played on many pirate/internet stations over the years - Deep FM, Mac FM, Flare FM, Touchdown FM, Lush FM (new & old) and more recently Laylow FM and ice cold radio.
I've enjoyed guest shows on Image Radio, Addictive FMTV.com and Reaction Radio.
I currently have a radio show on www.londonlive.fm every Tuesday night between 8-10 pm GMT playing all aspects of UK house & garage from 1994 to the present day.
I love to play new UKG and help new Producers so anyone wishing have there tracks played on radio please send them to email@example.com.
I started off playing Jungle/Drum & Bass and then moving onto UK Garage. I have seen UK Underground music evolve over the years from the early 4 to the floor piano/synth tracks through to the commercialy named Speed Garage era and on to the 2 Step sound which then branched off into various genres of music including Grime, Sublow and Bassline and the newest offshoot of Dubstep then Drumstep and going full circle with the introduction a couple years ago of 140 Jungle. But i have continued to buy UKG throughout this time and have amassed quite a collection spanning the various sub genres UK Garage and genuinely believe the music will get back to the heights it did around 1996/1997