1. What do you have for breakfast the morning of a performance?
Sometimes nothing, sometimes a full English or sometimes just a sausage roll from Greggs.
2. What’s your favorite spot in London?
3. When are you most happy?
Running, eating, listening/playing music and with the ones I love/like i.e. friends and family.
4. Name the most inspiring place in the world.
I would like to think Japan is the most inspiring place in the world but in all honesty I think it's London. London has always been a multicultural metropolis.
5. Do you own an air guitar?
I own 6 air guitars and 2 world air guitar trophies. Didn't you know?
6. Which question are you asked the most when interviewed?
How did you get into DJ'ing? Always asked. I'd prefer if the interviewers asked me questions like "What shampoo do you use?" or “what would be your ideal pet?” Mine would be a pet giraffe, for future reference!
7. If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Hmm superpower...being able to teleport to places would be cool. But travelling is fun sometimes, despite the delays and some fat old man sitting next to you AND falling asleep on your shoulder AND snoring above the decibels your ears are allowed to be exposed to. I’m gonna have to go with the power of invisibility or Spider-Man. Climbing up walls. But none of that web stuff he throws from his wrists. Could get messy and I'm clumsy.
8. Did you play sports growing up? Do you play now?
Was "forced" to play rugby at school, grew to love it but haven't played it since then. Also played basketball at county level but that went out the window as my laziness couldn't keep up with the amount of training involved. Played a few other sports like cricket, football, badminton, fencing, tennis, cross country. So I guess the answer to that question would be YES I did. Only "sport" I take part in is running. But everyone runs nowadays. Although I do take part in marathons (but so does everyone else).