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Budapest, Hungary

Pre 1995: SKC (real name Gábor Nagymáthé) listens to anything and everything from Pink Floyd to Depeche Mode, from the Cure and Joy Division to the Prodigy. He also discovers music is much more inspiring than any other shit. Turning into a snobbish geek now he starts thinking of himself as being above the common flock with his musical preferences. He is often seen holding a book of Nietzsche poems (one of which he almost grasped), but he got distracted by a six-part fugue by Johann Sebastian Bach in the end.

1995: SKC’s first encounter with jungle: Goldie’s Timeless LP. While listening to the album he experiences his first delusions of grandeur. If he made his own music he might be able to attract the attention of the plebs he despises so much - visions of thousands of ravers dancing to his beats, groupies fighting for him, banging on the door of his VIP room where he’s quietly reading Nietzsche again. Later he thinks better of it and goes back to his ivory tower and hibernates for another three years.

1998: The final blow: Ed Rush kicking off his set with Adam F’s Brand New Funk at a legendary gig in Budapest, Hungary where so many others were converted. After a couple of beers, vodka and feeling liberated from the shackles to dignity, he rocks the fuck out proper, sending his friends rotfl. Tormented by this humiliating experience after years of being a stuck up cunt, SKC suddenly thinks the only possible way out from this predicament is buying a PC and making his own beats, so he can show the light at the end of the tunnel for his fellow miserable bastards.


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