PP: What got you into producing house music?
M: I went to a festival about 4/5 years ago purely house music and I always wanted to be on stage rather than in the crowd!
PP: Do you have any mentors in the music scene, or did you break in by yourself?
M: Completely broke through myself. I spoke to people along the way and got the occasional tip but overall it was all me!
PP: How would you define your sound?
M: It’s hard to tell right now. I’m at the point where I’m just trying to find my sound. I’ve got lots of unheard tracks but I always end up changing them and I’m not sure yet which way I want to head yet musically. By that I mean I’ve not decided whether I want to go more underground or make some nice vocal tracks.
PP: What equipment do you usually use to play and to produce?
M: Well, when I do a DJ set it’s the standard CDJs. I produce on Ableton, and have a few plug-ins and recently purchased a keyboard to go with it.
PP: If you could collaborate with anyone, dead or alive, whom would you choose?
M: If I could have any vocalist, I would’ve loved Michael Jackson. Not only was he ‘the king of pop’ and made some wicked tunes, but his voice could definitely fit some modern house tunes. If I could have anyone to collaborate with now, I’d probably say Blonde. You know the guys fromEton Messy? Really good producers and catchy tunes. But nothing I’m not capable of given a bit of effort.
PP: Favorite clothing brand as of now?
M: I haven’t got a favourite, but check out some friends from BAAS.
PP: Star sign?
PP: Strangest gig you’ve ever played?
M: Probably Cantebury. The after party / session got a bit weird.
PP: Tell us about your tattoos! When did you first start getting them, and what’s your wildest tattoo story?
M: Nothing weird about them really, I got them when I first got any money and was younger and stupid. Of course I regret them now.
PP: What’s something people wouldn’t expect you to be interested in?
M: For people that don’t know me I LOVE Star Wars!
Words: Staley Sharples