|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Universal Doubt 2006 / Can You Feel It?||2||Audio||2007-01-00||Flashpoint Records|
|2||Kushu Radio||3||Audio||2008-05-06||Killer Hurts Digital|
|3||In Deep / Carrier Signal / Booze Cruise||3||Audio||2008-08-00||Tripoli Trax|
|4||Come Play House||3||Audio||2008-09-30||Killer Hurts Digital|
|5||Extended Tools EP||3||Audio||2009-02-00||Toolbox Recordings|
|6||Subway Sins||3||Audio||2010-08-30||Vicious Circle Recordings|
|7||Whitching Hour||3||Audio||2010-06-21||Vicious Circle Recordings|
|8||Universal Doubt 2006 / Can You Feel It?||2||Audio||2007-01-00||Flashpoint Records|
Once an avid Hard House DJ on the London circuit with international gigs stretching to South Africa & Italy, James gave it up to focus on another goal ... Production. Two longstanding partnerships emerged, one with [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/James+Nardi+%26+Julian+Dwyer]Julian Dwyer[/url] (together also known as [a=Killer Hurts]) and the other with [a=Nick Irwin] as [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Aftermath+(2)]Aftermath[/url].
Through tweaking signature bass lines & killer grooves, both partnerships were showered with praise and resulted in releases on some of the most prominent labels within the UK Hard House & NRG scene.
James entered the DJ arena once again and regained former stature with slots on top lineups at events such as Frantic, Insomniacz, Fevah, Twist, Insekt & tours down under. [i]Insekt[/i], a London club night & its spinoff label, [l=Insekt Sonar] are run by James, [a=Marc Johnson] & Chris Comben.