I fell in love with dance music in 1988 when my little sister came into my room and said "Si come and listen to this strange sound on the radio" - it was an Alba radio - she was 12 years old and the sound was a 303 although I didn't know that then. It was the wonderful pirate radio station Kiss FM and Judge Jules was playing before Jazzy B. I then went for a haircut and my hairdresser told me she was off to Ibiza (for the weekend) for a 'rave'. I was going to an Alexander O'Neil concert!, She wore a bandanna and a smiley face and talked about ecstacy - I was 15. I started taking purple Om's and then later Yellow Calis (MDMA) and before long was a bedroom DJ, promoter and had my own club called FACES under the street on High Holborn - with no licence by 1991. I cut my teeth at Love at the Wag, Echoes on the Bow Road with Tony Wilson then warehouse parties such as Genesis, I really found my hedonistic home at the legendary Troll at the Soundshaft and then the edgy 'Dungeons'. I lost my mind to drugs and left the dance music alone in about 1994. It is a true joy to come back to this divine music at this time of great transition in Human consciousness and to be able to use the new tools such as Traktor which offer so much more to the DJ. Looking forward to making my own music with Ableton soon. Big respect to Dee FH, Danny Clapham, Ed Karney, Spencer and Darren Nunes, Amos Nelson, Mark Jenkyns, Steve Proctor, Laura Jones, Gavin Herlihy and the immense Alison Marks for influencing me and drawing me back into this wonderful sacred scene. Let there be house.