Interrupt has been producing reggae since 2012. Inspired by the digital reggae style of the late 1980s – producers such as Steely and Cleevie, Prince Jammy and Jah Tubbys, as well as contemporary producers such as Dougie Waldrop, Mafia and Fluxy and Mungo’s Hifi.

Interrupt’s obsession with digital reggae inspired him to start creating his own riddims using a CZ-101 keyboard, making his own remixes of popular reggae tunes. In 2013 he released his first EP with Spanish singer George Palmer “In a Rubadub Style”, which proved a big success, promoting both artists and paving the way for many more collaborations and musical endeavours.

In March 2014 Interrupt collaborated with Cubiculo Records for a Remix of Speng Bond’s “Ganjaman”. This lead to the start of another project – the “International Affair EP” with Spanish singer Ponchita Pelegros – set for release in Jan 2015.

Now based in London, Interrupt continues to provide his own unique take on the classic digital reggae sound. Upbeat vibes, old-school drum machines, bold basslines and colourful synthesizers are what define Interrupt’s unique production style.

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