describes his music as «melancholic melodic electronic». A hypnotic potion of operatic strings with the depth and space of 21st century dub reggae production, peppered with latin or afro rhythms, grimy electro-breaks and encompassed in broodingly warm bass. The Glasgow-based DJ and producer is being touted as a possible player at a table containing a whole litter of talented young producers, people like Dabrye, Luciano and Matthew Dear, but he doesn’t see this, he still aspires to these people.
Maybe that came to mind because of the opening. But I'm not that smooth...
It would never happen. But hypothetically «With The Artists».
While I'm cooking i like Classical. It makes me feel sophisticated!
Underground Resistance always wins the day in the end.
I think I’d prefer a reverential silence.
It would be like a scene from one of those cheesy 80's date movies.
I don't have a license, so if I was driving it would be joy-riding! So something fast and rough like Aphex Twin.
Pah! No chance. Even if I did jog, which I don’t, my iPod doesn’t like to play when it’s in motion!
The boy sounds like he's about to end it – but in a good way.
Normally I'm trying to sleep on planes. So something super soothing like «Explains Freedom».
Depending on what I was doing in bed. Either The Beach Boys - God Only Knows, Good Vibrations, etc, etc or gabba.
Hiphop's good for travelling.
I hate to wake up suddenly.
Walking in the rain in Glasgow is enjoyed best listening to something by someone who knows it first-hand like Craig Armstrong.