The collaboration projects of Uk producers NS2 &
Immersed in the vibrant London club scene such as the early "Co Op" sessions at The Velvet Rooms & Plastic People,
Ns 2 soaked up the cornucopia of sound & rhythm which surrounded him.
Influenced by the likes of 4 Hero's Dego & Marc Mac , Domu , I G Culture & Daz I Kue ,inner desires turned to expression.
First the turntable notably at North London's "Adult Youth Club" & weekenders with the Peg Party Organisation in the South of France.
Then in addition the creation of his own sound documenting his diverse pallet:
Kraftwerk,Afrika Bambaataa , CelulOid Records, Esg , Juan Aitkins ,Gil Scot Heron, Bugz In The Attic,
Bitasweet ,Main Squeeze, Far Out,Stones Throw, Alex Attias , Atjazz ,Fertile Ground & The Rebirth etc.
Challenging sequences & programs caricature his style, forward moving , forward thinking.
Raised on a diet of Electro Breakdance, Synth Pop and Old-Skool Hip-Hop, cutting his teeth in secret warehouse parties and the London club scene during the explosion of House & Rave.
Ultimately inspired to produce by the likes of Dave Spoon, Booka Shade, Chris Lake and Deadmau5, tecXsy skillfully mixes and matches elements of many dance genres?Electro House & Tech, Classic, Deep & Progressive House, Trance & Techno, Breakbeat & Rave - and even mainstream Pop. He puts his own trademark twist and fuses it all cohesively.
TecXsy cites the following as influences: Detroit Techno's Derrick May, Juan Atkins, Carl Craig, Kevin Saunderson, Richie Hawtin. Chicago's Robert Owens, Marshall Jefferson. Acid House prophets DJ Pierre & A Guy Called Gerald. Carl Cox, Shades of Rhythm, Hardfloor, Orbital, K-Klass, N-Joi, Shut Up & Dance and "Killers of Rave" The Prodigy. Progressive champions Leftfield, Underworld, the Chemical Brothers. Moby. Oakenfold. Chicane. Paul Van Dyk, Tiesto. Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis. Gary Numan's "Cars" single to Depeche Mode's "Violator" album and everything in-between. Current Labels Toolroom Records, Televizion, Fierce Angel, Cr2, Hed Kandi (Twisted Disco).
The tecX revolution is coming...