What have you been up to recently?

Things have been nice and busy i’m pleased to say. Ive been doing some
great gigs, some really different ones (including 4 very interesting ones
ranging from a big party of 4500 people to a small club of 150 in the UK on
new year!) and i’m really pleased with the way things are going musically
which has given me a real kick up the ass to better myself in the studio as
well. I’m really getting on top of things production wise and the stuff
i’ve got coming out is rocking so I cant complain at all. This year i’m
doing all sorts of collaborations and working with some really fantastic
labels as well so looking forward to whats going to happen. Really stepping
things up gigs wise and with my Flux Recordings label as well so looking
forward to 2010!

You are the resident DJ at the UKs biggest and best techno party Atomic
Jam. Tell us a bit about it…

Yeah i’m really lucky to be a part of Atomic Jam as its such a great
night. Its now in its 15th year and still on top of the scene which is
astonishing to consider. Since we moved back to the Que Club in Birmingham,
things have been off the hook. Its coincided with techno really getting
interesting again so musically its as good as its ever been. We are working
hard to make sure the music, sound and lighting stay ahead of the game and
anyone who has been recently would hopefully appreciate that. Simply put,
its just a massive, fun rave in the best venue in the UK.

What’s coming up for you release wise?

I’ve got the remixes of my Shut That Door track from Kyle Geiger and Ortin
Cam & Charles Bells plus some more coming out, plus i’ve got Planetary
Assault Systems and Mark Broom remixing a track of mine called Viper Traxx
on the way too. I’ve just done remixes for Electrax and CURe, plus i’ve got
an EP coming out on M_Rec Ltd which has a track which is potentially my
biggest one to date so really looking forward to seeing how that is