- Artist: Breakage
- Links: Breakage myspace
Before being introduced to the dnb scene by some people he knew at school, James used to tamper with breakbeats – as he puts it, "I was some young 12, 13, 14 year old Prodigy wannabe, and a hip hop wannabe. Then I started doing dnb."
Bursting onto the scene in 2001 with an explosive, unofficial remix of Doc Scott’s classic Here Come The Drums, which tore up many a dancefloor, including the legendary Metalheadz Sunday Sessionz. The remix picked up by Reinforced for release on it’s legendary Enforcers series of picture disks; the relationship with this label continued with singles as Solar Motion (in collaboration with Dsyfa), an EP with Threshold of Special Branch, and two solo EPs. It was via Special Branch that James made contact with the Inperspective family. Forrester introduced James to Equinox, knowing the two would hit it off. The rest is, as they say, history. Inperspective signed Comatose and Trance, and James went on to revisit Equinox’s Acid Rain, a piece of Amen science that James rates as one of his favourite pieces of dnb, alongside such classics as Rufige Crew’s Kemistry – "Probably the best dnb tune in the world EVER!"
The Sacred Symbols Of Mu
Jun 26, 2006
- Mar 27, 2015 - Frog Pocket at The Cube (Bristol)
- May 15, 2015 - Chevron at Bloc (Autumn Street) Unit 3; 39 Autumn St; Hackney Wick; London E3 2TT; (London)