Seeing as I've been in Brighton for three years now I thought it was about time I walked round the corner for a cut at this fools house.
Ian's a good guy. A super genuine, no bullshit and ultra friendly chump who has always put up with my slightly abrasive opinions over the years.
He's also got a demon record collection and a vast hip-hoppery knowledge without the usual arrogant, nerdy crap that often comes with it.
I met him in 1999 at the BattleJam in Chichester.
I think we were both in the finals. I won the thing for two years running and then I wasn't allowed to compete after that. I judged. Stoopid B-boys...obviously intimidated by my youthful good looks.
I had hair back then too - sort of.
Oh yeah. Ian and I have been talking about doing a mix/beat/cut-up tape recently and it looks like it's actually going to happen. Should be pretty fun.
At present it's going to be a two part thing but we might end up chopping both our sections together who knows...
Looking forward to the final result.
Haven't worked with anyone for nearly sixteen years...christ that's insane now that I think about it!
Here's a little clip from the other day.
We didn't really discuss much and he showed me a load of fancy equipment that I didn't understand.
I got distracted and was generally a twat. Helpful.
You can download his "Uncooked Raw" mix HERE from his jolly little Soundcloud page.
Stay tuned for news an' ting.