Max Cooper developed his turntablist approach to DJing during his school days in Belfast. Following a move to Nottingham in 99, he started his long standing residency at Firefly. Max was quickly recognised by the media, receiving the label of Mixmag “future hero”. This National recognition helped Max along the way to a BBC Radio1 invite on Fergie’s Friday night show early in 2004. Max’s Radio1 set was well received, and provided him with a signing to Ornadel Management and Mainstage artists. Thrash Jelly was formed in 2003 when Max and Firefly founder Jeet, decided to pursue a new type of show combining turntablism with a wide ranging musical interest and far too many decks to shake a stick at. The impact of this show earned Thrash Jelly a signing to Green Room artists in 2005. Max also signed to Green Room in 2005, and focused his time on productions, with his own, and the Thrash Jelly sound in mind. Max’s work was soon signed to Firefly recordings and more recently, Evolved records. Max’s Evolved records releases encompass the musical range worked with by the Thrash Jelly show, with elements of minimal, electro, house and techno. The first of these sets of releases on Evolved records follows the more accessible side to their sound, with the follow up EP showcasing the more minimal and deeper elements.