In 1998, at a time when clubs seemed to insist on sticking to a single narrow genre of music, some friends and I launched launched an uncompromisingly eclectic club night one Saturday night in a deserted City of London. And when the crowd went wild as the DJ dropped Nirvana, we knew we were onto something.

Having previously flirted with DJing at university, my desire to share my passion for discovering new tunes, and reinterpreting older ones, was re-ignited. And I've been DJing ever since - mainly as 'idiotech'.

Still focusing on that juxtaposition of genres, now primarily via remixes and mash-ups, I played at various clubs and festivals (including Vegfest Bristol and The Secret Garden Party), had my mixes played on specialist radio shows, and was included in The Wall Of Sound / Xfm A-Z of DJs.

In May 2015, I officially retired as 'idiotech', but have continued to DJ at events such as London Vegan Drinks.

VegfestUK Bristol (May 2015)

The set I planned to play, before the electrical gremlins interrupted me!

Make Some Noise (February 2006)

A half-hour mix for the "Make Some Noise" podcast.

The Rinse, Xfm (November 2004)

An hour-long mix for Xfm's "The Rinse".…

In 2010, I was invited to play at the Secret Garden Party, a 26,000 capacity arts and music festival which took place in Abbots Ripton near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire launched in 2004 as an alternative to the established mainstream music festivals. 

My set premiered my recent remix of…

Having previous played a number of my remixes on their specialist dance shows, Xfm (now Radio X) included me in their A-Z of DJs - with 26 DJs all dropping their favourite party tunes at Wall Of Sound's 10th Birthday in December 2003. This 'A-Z' also included top DJs from Arthur Baker to Zoot…