Sir Lord Comixx

Growing up in South London at an early age I was always intrested in music, the sound of music, in fact any sound was interesting to Sir Lord Comixx, the sound of a car, the background music of adverts, those early interactions paved the way for a great interest in music.

At a young age about 9 years old, classical piano lessons were a must has most pearents would ship their siblings to some form of music class, which is where Sir Lord Comixx gained some experiance, at first not sure where this would go he carried on the lessons until he had a chance to play jazz. It was playing jazz that a love for music really grew. His teacher Mrs crab, was a great insperation to him.

Growing up in South London at an early age I was always intrested in music, the sound of music, in fact any sound was interesting to Sir Lord Comixx, the sound of a car, the background music of adverts, those early interactions paved the way for a great interest in music.

At a young age about 9 years old, classical piano lessons were a must has most pearents would ship their siblings to some form of music class, which is where Sir Lord Comixx gained some experiance, at first not sure where this would go he carried on the lessons until he had a chance to play jazz. It was playing jazz that a love for music really grew. His teacher Mrs crab, was a great insperation to him.

His mum made a record in London in the early sixties, she like his dad who would play music at home, mainly on the weekend. Soul, Country and Western, Blues, Reggae and Classical would be blasted from the stereo.

From this Sir Lord Comixx would gain an interest in the records played, and then on to playing music himself. A mix tape was made at every chance, which was carried round just in case there was a chance to play at a friends homes, or house party.

It was 1976 and everybody wanted to be a dj, young eager to learn he would practise for hours, to perfect scratching skills. By 1980 Hip HOP culture was here a great time for DJ-ing and then making music at home via turntables and a newly affordable generation of drum machines.

His mum made a record in London in the early sixties, she like his dad who would play music at home, mainly on the weekend. Soul, Country and Western, Blues, Reggae and Classical would be blasted from the stereo.

From this Sir Lord Comixx would gain an interest in the records played, and then on to playing music himself. A mix tape was made at every chance, which was carried round just in case there was a chance to play at a friends homes, or house party.

It was 1976 and everybody wanted to be a dj, young eager to learn he would practise for hours, to perfect scratching skills. By 1980 Hip HOP culture was here a great time for DJ-ing and then making music at home via turntables and a newly affordable generation of drum machines.

His mum made a record in London in the early sixties, she like his dad who would play music at home, mainly on the weekend. Soul, Country and Western, Blues, Reggae and Classical would be blasted from the stereo.

From this Sir Lord Comixx would gain an interest in the records played, and then on to playing music himself. A mix tape was made at every chance, which was carried round just in case there was a chance to play at a friends homes, or house party.

It was 1976 and everybody wanted to be a dj, young eager to learn he would practise for hours, to perfect scratching skills. By 1980 Hip HOP culture was here a great time for DJ-ing and then making music at home via turntables and a newly affordable generation of drum machines.

It was around 1983, back from his travels of New York, USA he came back to UK with what he called New York Disco…it was not disco but the early ideas of music that was bass and groove driven this is the music he would come to love, that we now call House Music. Not to blow his own trumpet, Sir Lord Comixx credits himself for being one of the first dj’s to play House Music before people knew what House Music was….not saying the first house record, simply djing a bunch of records that had that House sound that later was the same bunch of artist or labels that became house, even the same could be said of the Techno scene has a new form of music, before the rave scene took off.

After many years producing records on Future Monument, Cynic, Ugly Music, Acv, Hard up, Eukahouse, Sir lord Comixx hopes to resume his djing skills once again in fine style.

It was around 1983, back from his travels of New York, USA he came back to UK with what he called New York Disco…it was not disco but the early ideas of music that was bass and groove driven this is the music he would come to love, that we now call House Music. Not to blow his own trumpet, Sir Lord Comixx credits himself for being one of the first dj’s to play House Music before people knew what House Music was….not saying the first house record, simply djing a bunch of records that had that House sound that later was the same bunch of artist or labels that became house, even the same could be said of the Techno scene has a new form of music, before the rave scene took off.

After many years producing records on Future Monument, Cynic, Ugly Music, Acv, Hard up, Eukahouse, Sir lord Comixx hopes to resume his djing skills once again in fine style.

It was around 1983, back from his travels of New York, USA he came back to UK with what he called New York Disco…it was not disco but the early ideas of music that was bass and groove driven this is the music he would come to love, that we now call House Music. Not to blow his own trumpet, Sir Lord Comixx credits himself for being one of the first dj’s to play House Music before people knew what House Music was….not saying the first house record, simply djing a bunch of records that had that House sound that later was the same bunch of artist or labels that became house, even the same could be said of the Techno scene has a new form of music, before the rave scene took off.

After many years producing records on Future Monument, Cynic, Ugly Music, Acv, Hard up, Eukahouse, Sir lord Comixx hopes to resume his djing skills once again in fine style.

It was around 1983, back from his travels of New York, USA he came back to UK with what he called New York Disco…it was not disco but the early ideas of music that was bass and groove driven this is the music he would come to love, that we now call House Music. Not to blow his own trumpet, Sir Lord Comixx credits himself for being one of the first dj’s to play House Music before people knew what House Music was….not saying the first house record, simply djing a bunch of records that had that House sound that later was the same bunch of artist or labels that became house, even the same could be said of the Techno scene has a new form of music, before the rave scene took off.

After many years producing records on Future Monument, Cynic, Ugly Music, Acv, Hard up, Eukahouse, Sir lord Comixx hopes to resume his djing skills once again in fine style.