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Starting out making parody rave tracks and sparse 8bit industrial loops on an Amiga 500 back in the mid 90s, Deadman DJ soon constructed a home-made recording setup using a customised HH amplifier, two tape recorders, an FX unit, mic, guitar and the trusty Amiga with which to record lo-fi oddball songs about computer systems.
Soon, playing in bands took precedence and a number of years were spent gigging as the bass player for Godcone and Koresh. After a brief stint with Honey Ride Me A Goat, Deadman returned to electronic music production and DJing around 2002/3.
Soon afterwards Deadman set up the Virus B-23 netlabel with long-time friend Henryoid and around the same time became a resident at the Breakism night in Kent playing alongside many great DJs such including Distance, SOTEG & Carbon Community and Stormfield.
After putting the label to bed due to increasing family commitments, Deadman returned to music production and DJing, and now hosts a bi-weekly show on Brap.FM playing a range of styles with the occasional special guest.