31. Favourite club you’ve played at?
The Arches in Glasgow. It has a special place in my heart, and was such an amazing club. I was lucky enough to play there a few times. It had such an amazing atmosphere and acoustics in the building. The influence can still be heard in my music today, I still replicate that club brick wall sound that was the Arches. You got it as soon as you walked in – and I didn’t even know I had done it.
32. Favourite festival you’ve played at?
Awakenings is right up there. The production and sound are insane. Been lucky enough to play for them a few times, and I’m excited to be playing at the Drumcode Festival that’s in partnership with them in August in Amsterdam.
33. Craziest story of being on the road?
I recently played a last min gig in South America, the flight took me 24 hours with connections to get there, and I was only there for one and a half days. Then on the way home, I had endless delayed and it took me 32 hours to get back. Manic, but it was worth it.
34. Weirdest request as a DJ?
One time I was rattling out a pretty heavy 132 in Germany, and the most innocent sweet looking girl came up to me and asked “You got any Gaba?” It was so surreal, gotta love those Germans.
35. If you had one super power what would it be?
Time travel would be a good one. That’s a super power – right? Not sure to be honest, but according to the movies, I could make a right mess of things with the old time travel, so might need to rethink that one.
36. Late sleeper or early riser?
Mostly early, but if the covers are just right, then it has been hard to drag me out of my bed.
37. Strangest video you’ve watched on YouTube?
Rubber Johnny, Aphex Twin – so disturbing. But a stunning bit of work all the same! The choreography is mind blowing. It’s the strangest concoction of visual and musical art put together, that I think I have ever seen.
38. The top thing on your bucket list?
Those base-jumping wing suits look mint. But apparently people die in them all the time, so I would have to be dying already, as they look well dodgy, but also a lot of fun.
39. Most memorable moment of your life so far?
My dad teaching me how to play Led Zeppelin ‘Break The Leve’ on the drums when I was about 12/13 years old. It’s really tricky to learn. He said “practice this, get it right and no one else will be able to play it for ages” hahaha. He was right. I was the drum Don for several weeks or maybe days, but a Don none the less!
40. Will you ever be done with music?
Not whilst I am alive.