Selected Discography, 2000
1998 – ‘Suspect’ FELONY / Breakbeat Culture UK
1999 – ‘Sound Chamber’ & ‘Conflict’ FELONY / Breakbeat Culture UK
1999 – ‘Propaganda – Momentum’ FELONY & DAZEE, FELONY / Ruffneck Ting UK
2000 – ‘Accelerate’ & ‘Diagnosis’ FELONY / Breakbeat Culture UK
2000 – ‘Life Forms’ FELONY & ALPHA / Wayz Of Means
2001 – ‘Rattlesnake’ & &Balance’ PHASE II / BS1 Recs
2002 – ‘Disconnected’ & ‘Source Code’ FELONY / BS1 Recs
In 1996 Felony saw himself performing at several club events around the nation, these included Vibe Tribe, Fruit Club, New Style, Legends and Drive By. Soon it was time for him to showcase his talents abroad. In 1997 Felony performed in Sweden to a rapturous reception, a country he continued to perform at alongside several other clubs in Europe such as Italy and Germany.
Soon, Felony had taken the next step in the typical progression of a DJ. In 1998 he released his first tune ‘Suspect’ on the now well established UK label, Breakbeat Culture. He was also instrumental in the development and implementation of Bristol’s only devoted Drum & Bass record store, also titled BreakBeat Culture.
In 1999 Felony joined Technical Itch on the Millennium tour of the USA. His highlight performance saw him playing on New Years Eve to a crowd of 4,000 in Dallas. Whilst at the same time his tracks were being played by some of the UK’s more established D&B dj’s. Tracks such as ‘Sound Chamber’ on Breakbeat Culture and ‘Momentum’ on Ruffneck Ting were gaining further exposure for the already prolific DJ.
Now back in Bristol, Felony has seen a further two releases emerge from the pipeline, this in conjunction with his busy DJ schedule has established Felony as a bona fide international D&B producer