In the last 15 months or so, Elite Force has hardly been out of the spotlight, enjoying a hugely successful year around the globe. His 'Revamped' album all but cleaned up at Beatport, holding the Top 12 spots for 3 weeks straight in the Breaks chart, and for the first week all fourteen album tracks were fixtures inside the overall Top 50 across all genres. The momentum was unstoppable and he toured the release across the globe during the Festival Season, playing to packed crowds at Glastonbury, Kendal Calling, Wickerman, Shambhala, and perhaps most notably Burning Man in Nevada, where he performed no fewer than 13 times over a 4 day period to tens of thousands.With a total of 9 (nine!) number one singles in the Breaks Chart during the course of the year, it was little surprise when he took the honours at the Breakspoll Awards, where he was nominated for 6 awards, walking away with the gongs for Best Producer and his U&A Recordings winning Best Record Label. He subsequently won a highly prestigious Beatport Award for Best Breaks Track of the year for M.A.D. which also topped their sales chart for the year, and featured no fewer than 4 of his tracks in the Top 10 sales chart of the year.During the latter part of the year, he took a short sabbatical from Djaying to focus on a massive collaboration with Oscar-winning Soundtrack composer Klaus Badelt (Pirates of the Caribbean / Gladiator), in providing 14 tracks for the Motorstorm : Apocalypse console game that has just been released on the PS3. The tracks include the huge sounds of a 70-piece orchestra as recorded at London's Abbey Road Studios towards the end of last year & the game is getting rave reviews around the world for it's combination of cutting edge graphics, awesome gameplay and a unique, bespoke Soundtrack (the game itself also features interpretations from Noisia and DJ Shadow). tracks that have been lovingly re-geared and re-crafted by Elite Force into longer, extended pieces that head straight for the dancefloor's jugular on the one hand, and then at the next turn they scramble the grey matter with soundcapes cloaked in a post-industrial psychedelic haze.Meanwhile his DJ sets continue to set the world alight, with literally dozens of unique and freshly tailored 'Revamps' to his name, drawing in influences from a huge range of warehouse sounds, be it Breaks, Dubstep, Electro or Techno ... an Elite Force set is always something special!