|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rhythm Schism / Catchfire||2||Audio||2005-08-15||Control Breaks Recordings|
|2||Dr. Satan / In Yer Section||2||Audio||2005-12-19||Control Breaks Recordings|
|3||We Have Fun.||2||Audio||2008||Control Breaks Recordings|
|4||Too Cool For Nu Skool Part 2||2||Audio||2006||Control Breaks Recordings|
Andy started out his musical career on guitar until in '97 free parties, Nu Skool Breaks and a brand new 303 changed everything. Recognising that he had found his calling, Andy packed himself off to the ACM in Guildford to get his hands dirty with some serious production kit. No sooner was he there than he met James Good, his future label mate, Semtech, and the two locked horns in a noisy game of one-upmanship that was to be the beginning of the Control Breaks sound.
These days you'll find Andy glued to his computer and should you be fortunate enough to distract him long enough for a chat he'll probably tell you of nights checking out the competition at Fabric, ambitious plans for future projects and his admiration for Kraftwerk, Adam Freeland and Giorgio Morodor.