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Fast Five: Kids On Bridges



When did you begin making music, and did you ever ponder a different career?

I thought about being a lawyer, and would have liked to have been a footballer, and was very nearly a sprinter, as I was very fast,but was always to ill. So I bought a four-track, a flange pedel and drum machine and turned to music at 15!

How would you describe your music?
Dirty filthy electro pop.

What have you been up to so far and what can we expect the following months?

We have recently just returned from the states playing at the Viper Room in LA and Tipitina’s in New Orleans, as well as a small tour in Europe. Just finishing the album, been busy remixing tracks from The 25th Anniversary of INXS Kick album and remixing for the Chevin and Meters drummer, Zigaboo Modeliste.

If you could duet with anyone, who would it be?

David Bowie.

What’s your desert island disc and why would you take this one album?

U2’s Actung Baby, as it covers dance, electronic, rock and some really alternative production, as well as having great songs; a big influence on me as to how I approached producing tunes.