Who are you?
What style of music do you play?
All things’ house and techno, But It all depends on the gig I’m playing. I do tend to favour the big room bangers filled with piano and big synths or an underground tech house and techno sound.
Where did it all begin?
All began 9 years ago. I didn't own a pair of decks in till 2010 but i was lucky to be giving the opportunity to play in a night club at the age of 15 and learned how to DJ week in week out in front of a crowd. I was in deed checked in the deep end!.
Who inspires you as a DJ?
What’s the best event you’ve played at?
The first time i was invited to play at Escape has always been the stand out gig for me. Being from Swansea Escape was everything a dance music scene lover could ever want, And it was on my door step. As a 17 year old punter i said i would get my chance to play here one day and when i had the call 3 years on i was i was pretty excited, Plus i had all my friends there. But Ibiza is a pretty special place to play.
What was your first record you bought?
Tony De Vit - The Dawn.
What's your favourite tune of all time?
Three Dives - Greece 2000.
When the music stops, how do you like to chill out?
I’m a keen golfer!
What do you do outside of the dance music scene?
Im a youth worker for Swansea Youth Service & Swansea Youth Offending Service. I also run the Andrew Kent Music Academy with Swansea's Youth Offending Service. The Andrew Kent Music Academy gives disengaged young people the opportunity to express themselves through music learning DJ skills, Basic music production and running their very own internet radio shows.
When you play is it a pre-planned set?
What advice would you give to up and coming DJs?
Learn how to produce your own music from the get go.
Out of all the tunes you have, which one never fails?
Wippenberg vs. Funkerman - Pong Speed Up (Jose De Mara Bootleg).
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