Binny from Liverpool, UK is a techno DJ / producer who’s without doubt on another level from 99% of his genres counterparts. Each of his stunning releases have been received to great acclaim and his powerful DJ sets which are sonically filled with tough, hypnotic, old school and most of all uncompromising techno are on an orbital bombardment scale.
As a kid he was into all kinds of music including pop, metal, hardcore ………….. even trance (ahem). It was only in his teens when he first heard techno in a club that his future musical path materialised. He soon started DJing, drawing great inspiration from techno luminaries such as Jeff Mills, Robert Hood, Surgeon and Regis.
His productions didn’t transpire until more recently in 2010 when he converted a bedroom into a studio which is currently comprised of a hybrid of hardware, software and a bucket load of FX units. Writing tracks isn’t an intuitively easy process for Binny, often finding it a challenge to write anything with any subtlety, often going for weeks without making anything he likes. However, he’s constantly learning new techniques and the process as a whole is highly rewarding for him once he pulls a cracker out of his auditory hat.
His solo artist journey began with a release on Orbis Records and has since transmitted on many impeccable imprints including Monnom Black, Symbolism, Suburban Avenue and our own RIOT Radio Records. He’s also remixed the likes of Endlec and Tekseven along the way.
He’s one of the three co-founding members of the Phantom Planet Outlaws with John Heckle and Mark Forshaw, a union which has produced EPs on both Tabernacle and Apartment Records. Together these three partners in crime run the label Boss Tracks which was set up to exclusively release PPO material. Each release is guaranteed to be filled with no nonsense, percussive, abrasive dance floor techno destroyers which are fuelled with a seriously heavy dose of interstellar funk. Their first release ‘Muscles From Outer Space’ EP was incredible and plans are most definitely afoot for more shenanigans on the label.