If you were reading an interview with me, what questions would you like asked?
And there were so many good questions I thought I would answer them here!
Mel Meatballs Michael: What is your best and worst gig?
Tough one that.. My first Pakistan gig was amazing, I ended up playing 5hrs and everyone was having such an amazing time. Likewise both gigs in Portland USA. It will take a lot to top those.
And as for the worst, India NYE 2006ish springs to mind, then the promoter seemed to think I was some kind of 'lady of the night' that he could use to help in his business negotiations with businessmen, and if that wasnt bad enough, I was stuck there for 15 days because they were disorganised getting me a flight home. They disappeared off to Thailand hoping to lumber me with the hotel bill but luckily I had my contract to show them so that I could leave and get my 3 flights & lots of stopovers home!
I dont want to dwell on negativity, because I'd rather dwell on my luck being really good from now on!
Mel Meatballs Michael: what is YOUR top 5 favourite Tunes?
Mel Meatballs Michael: Where in the world have you not played but really would like to?
Tim SubOne Bennett: When did you get into mixin and why did you start?
Toni Heavydutybrothers Toolz: how did you and Heavy Duty Brothers end up working together and are the rumours true that Toni Toolz is a nice bloke? X
Moka H Mokavich who inspire you ? when you felt that music is your passion and you need to be part of this industry ? :) x
Paul Rejon How is your love life?
Nick Ballinger If you could only watch one movie and listen to one album for the rest of ur life what would they be? And what happens to speed garage?
hmmmm... I hope that never happens! It would probably be the Brown album by Orbital, because it is timeless and has several types of mood throughout.
Movie would be Avatar because it's enchanting and it's not as much of a fantasy as people realise.
Speed Garage - well that died out in 1999/2000 - because of the natural progression of music. I believe Garage probably didnt move on beyond 2004 because it had a label that held it back. The Electro I play, and the Fidget genre, thats what Speed Garage grew into. I feel as humans we get bogged down too much in the labels of things, when music is something that is forever changing and developing.
Tyler Stolzenburg Wanna get a drink after your set?;-)
Only if youre paying
Benjamin Ducruet Would you like to do a mix from Cerrone's "Je Suis Music" ?