From an early age and throughout Chris's life music has been a major interest. chris played the drums for around 5 years, learning the value of beats and rhythms to music. From the age of 15, chris was introduced to his first session on the turntables at a party, chris was hooked on sight! Quickly learning the dynamics of Beat matching with his history of musical instruments. Chris took the leap and cashed in his Drumkit to pursue his new found love and purchased his first set of Beltdrive turntables and never looked back! Trance was the genre of the moment and along with his friend were quickly getting noticed by others, and becoming in high demand for gigs around the city. In the late 90's, House music was making a serious impact on the dance scene sparking some major influences in chris's taste in music, labels such as defected, subliminal and Azuli were releasing some major artists, Kathy brown, ATFC, ministers de la funk, copyright, junior jack to name a few. For many years chris and company paired up together for a number of years showing crowds the beauty of soulful and funky house. The last year has seen chris and long time friend richard harle join together to create a impressive DJ partnership under the name, RazzJazz. RazzJazz is already becoming quickly recognised as something exciting and upcoming to the funky house scene.In the last 3 years chris's taste has taking another change in the direction of chicago house. full of brass and upbeat jackin kicks, it has make such a impression on chris, that he decided to delve into the world of production, from soulful grooves to sexy sax to jumping beats, chris wants to involve all these elements into his sets and tracks. Combining jackin beats with a funky twist of jazz and covered in great vocals, in chris's mind, creates the perfect cocktail of the very best in house music. Although being relatively new to this side of this music business, chris feels he has plenty to offer the funky house scene with all his experience in the music world over the last 9 years.