Originally an acoustic guitarist playing in a number of jazz funk bands in Bristol, Finian Greenhall found himself swung to electronic music in the first nineties throughout a spell at University where he met one Lee Jones. Pursuing some folk affected tracks, the set documented an ambient breakbeat recording which ultimately surfaced on Kickin Information in 1995 beneath the EVA moniker. Ninja Melody licensed a monitor and asked the set to post demos, Greenhall putting your signature on towards the label soon later on while Jones continued to record as Hefner for the well known Inertia imprint. Although originally authorized on the effectiveness of a proto jungle monitor, Greenhall continued to produce his own audio spending a peaceful year or two at Ninja Melody subsidiary N-Tone liberating the Finkfunk and Frontside EP’s for the label in 1997 and 1999 respectively before finally producing waves in the first weeks of 2001 along with his “SINCE I Was A YOUNGSTER” one, which supplied the first flavor of his debut record by method of sleepy eyed synths that supported a vocal test neatly capturing the problem medically referred to as turntablism – Regardless of how many information I obtain I’m never likely to end up being satisfied. That is like being truly a junky – mentioned the record. Entitled Clean Produce, the next album was wanting to defy categorisation, twitching between styles so that they can encompass all types of music. As the starting “Tubb Trip” saw gentle tips and post-d&b development stage from a dub intro before collapsing within a dusty heap of electro, the curiously entitled “Bristol Change”, noticed opposing loops mash jointly in an wondering fusion of hiphop and r&b.