grew up in the early nineties at the peak of the Rave/Acid
House era. During this time he was copying mix tapes that his older
brother brought home from raves and listening to them. After a couple
of years of listening to these tapes and buying records on Shut Up And
Dance, Impact, Network and various other labels Paul found a demo of a
music sequencing program on an amiga magazine cover disk and started
creating his own tunes. After saving up enough money he brought a
Yamaha QY70 and started playing live sets using the portable sequencer.
Towards the end of the nineties Paul formed the Uncanny X-squad with
college friends (Method) Mel France and Tom(sk) Putnam and the trio
started putting on illegal parties in south London. In 2002 Paul struck
a deal with Ed DMX's label, Breakin' and his first EP entitled '1991'
was released in February 2003. The EP was created using a Pentium II
computer that Paul found in a skip outside some offices and a copy of
Fruity Loops, proving that you don't need expensive equipment to make
music. The EP fused the unmistakable sounds of old-skool rave, 8-bit
computer sounds and incredibly fierce sub-bass. The Breakin' press
release described it as being "like Aux 88 locked in a suburbanUK Bass
sound. Check out Paul's
track Multiplex on DLR-002!