The only stuff from that time that I can still listen to is my hardcore and early jungle records. it’s only recently that I’ve realised how important that music was to me. Τhe point where I started to make breakbeats was around 2000. It was a hard time for me, because I was getting bored of techno music. I’d reached the point where I was looking back to the early days, listening to old mixtapes and recordings from parties. I realized then that breakbeat was my music. That was the music that reminded me of the good times. I try not to sound like old breakbeat records, I try to alter the structure. Three years ago I was not into dubstep at all, only into the Burial, really. But as a result of working at Hard Wax, I’m into much more now. It’s something fresh for me. And since I began seriously buying dubstep records, I’m not so into techno anymore. When I buy ten records these days, nine are dubstep and one – maybe one – is techno. Dubstep and early 90s jungle is the same thing for me. I’ve always been into the dubstep which has some breakbeats in it; that’s why it’s interesting for me.