Somewhere near the intersection of liquid funk and atmospheric, you'll find the artist called Insideman. Firmly tethered to the techno and ambient textures of late-1990's deep drum-n-bass, but with an eye on breakbeat futurism, his sound is both a spectre from the past and a vision for what could be; breaking through as a DJ on London’s vibrant pirate radio scene in the late 90s, he quickly became a fixture in the club and warehouse rave scene in Southern England before establishing shows on Bassdrive and Point Blank FM. Those shows still thrive, a testament to his consumate skills as a selector. But more importantly, his own extensive catalogue of releases on labels like Vibration Records, Soul Deep Recordings, FX 909 Music, Sub-Label and Deconstructed, transform his sets into extensions of his singular sonic vision, which continues to grow and evolve.
With two decades in warehouse raves and on the air, and over a decade as a prolific producer on labels like Vibration Records, FX909 Music and Soul Deep Recordings, Insideman continues to thrive as one of the more unique voices through which the world hears drum-n-bass music.