Q - What is your first Hard House Experience?
A - Clubbing wise was Mind Over Matter at Camden Palace in 2000/2001 but the first time I heard hard house was with my brother when I was about 14 years old.
Q - What one track gets you on the dance floor?
A: - Back to Front’ by Phil Reynolds & Nick Sentience
Q - Which track defines hard house in your mind?
A - As cliche as this is, I would probably have to say Tony De Vit - Are You All Ready.
Q - What one HH track do you wish you had produced?
A - KY Jelly Babies remix of Access as it’s probably the most played hard house track ever (?) and still doesn’t get boring (for me anyway)
Q - Is there a commercial pop track that you think is crying out for a hard house mix?
A - Hmmm nothing really comes to mind. I do take influence and ideas for riffs and melodies from non dance music though.
Q - What is the longest set you have played?
A - Two hours
Q - As a clubber, do you prefer the big production large crowd nights or the smaller more intimate underground ones?
A - I think they both have their pros and cons really. I started going to Mind Over Matter and Frantic at Camden Palace so I had only really experienced bigger clubs/events until a bit later on. I love it when then atmosphere is there on the bigger clubs but then I love the intimacy of smaller clubs too.