Despite the fact that Matt started his sound experiments nearly 20 years ago, we remember discovering his talent for hybrid club music in early 2000’s when his Metaworld album appeared on the now defunct Combination imprint, combining his love of the Black Music tree with a futuristic vision, flirting with UK Garage & Detroit soundscapes. The man always loved bass with a big B & demonstrated it many times in his discography. This is how his work naturally found its way to respected labels such as Compost, Deeper Shades or Farside, displaying also the versatility of his sound.
2012 looks like a busy year for Matt with releases coming on the new label Visky, the mysterious Love Unlimited vinyl-only imprint. All this in between other projects touching on interdisciplinary art: contemporary dance & theatre, which always keep Matt’s open mind hungry.