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Originally hailing from the Isle of Skye, Williams' childhood involved a love of music from his earliest teenage years. First he played guitar in a band with his friend Mylo and their school buddies, later he moved to Glasgow and became a techno lover thanks to many nights spent raving at The Arches and Sub Club. His first production work was making deep house for the now defunct Glasgow Underground imprint, for whom he created his much admired debut LP 'Love Crisis' three years ago. After a couple of years living down under, he returned to settle in London and began to make techno influenced records again. He can be found DJing around the UK, also with on tour with Mylo. Williams release on Get Physical heralds his return to active production, with more 12"s to follow on Fine and Bugged Out over the next months.

'Picadilly Circuits' was made in an afternoon at Williams London flat and recently featured on M.A.N.D.Y.s 'Body Language' compilation. A perky, bouncing acid-bassline drives through soaring electronics and computer fuzz. Evil sounding stabs jar with the smooth electro feel and add another dimension at the breakdown that sends this into dancefloor orbit. On the b side, 'The Arrival' is a deeper cut that builds gradually with many layers of spacey fx and bass. The off kilter bassline and high hats combine with simmering cymbals and layers of synth melody to get the body moving. Finally, 'The Arrival (Departure)' is an even deeper tribal feeling rework. Departure opens with huffing stabs and moody sub bass, the broken bassline working up to the breakdown with layers of soaring atmospheres and the original infectious melody. Lovers of darker dancefloor tracks won't be able to get enough of this one.

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Piccadilly Circuits