b. Brooklyn, NY, USA. Brooklyn-based Mercury Information documenting designer Jemini produced his mainstream debut using the Marks And Discomfort EP in 1995. Its name was extracted from the designer’s own battle to gain acknowledgement and a documenting agreement: ‘I spent most of my formative years looking to get to where I am right now. There were a lot of crisis, tests and tribulations. I produced many sacrifices’. The EP, that was in the beginning shipped on vinyl fabric before growing on CD, presented a number of suppliers on its seven songs, including Minesota, Prince Poetry (Organized Konfusion), Rah Boogie, Buckwild and Fatman. Ahead of this launch, there have been an individual, ‘Funk Soul Feeling’, which wedded a flourishing reggae bassline with an increase of traditional west coastline sounds. It had been supported by his city satisfaction anthem, ‘Brooklyn Children’.