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Lindsay Barker, aka Vinyl Fixx, has always had a drive for bass heavy beats. Early days in car stereo competitions always had the bass dial on overload! To describe his music? Neck brace Drum and Bass with a heavy dose of funk.In the last 11 years his refined technique, skilled beat manipulation and a love for making people lose their minds, has kept Vinyl Fixx moving forward...the future is now. Growing up listening to underground hip hop laid the foundation for breakbeats and vocal lines. Needing a faster tempo, he went down the path listening to industrial beats from Front 242, Skinny Puppy, Nitzer Ebb, Fear Factory and the like. Not satisfied with the bass lines, he found himself looking for the deep bass that was in Miami bass tracks bumping at the car stereo competitions. It was at an underground club back in 1994, he found the missing link in Doc Scott’s “Here Come The Drums”. Things would never be the same. Vinyl Fixx is currently signed to R4pid Fire Records, BassBong Records, Isolation Tank Recordings, and has new material coming out this year on East Van Digital Records. 2011 saw a new full length Drum and Bass album entitled : T he Vice City Album. A heavy trip down all styles of DnB with hip-hop and grime influences. His earlier tracks on several multi-national compilations through EY Records based in Germany gained momentum for Vinyl Fixx, with some cd’s in the series reaching 40,000 + downloads. He has a large back catalog of over 10 full-length dj mix sets, 2 full length albums, 2 EP’s, several compilation singles through RFR Records, and a slot on the best of Future DnB 2010 and 2011 compilation.

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