One of the better garage manufacturers and remixers through the 1990s was Kerri “Kaoz 6:23” Chandler, a local of garage-central NJ and a DJ by enough time he was 9 years old. Inspired by his dad (also a mixing machine in his very own period), Chandler started producing paths by enough time he was 15, with help from fellow Jersey-ites like Tony Humphries and Michael Watford. His paths for Ruler St., Strictly Tempo, Large, Anxious and his very own Madhouse Records produced him among the best suppliers in the garage area scene by the first ’90s, having a discography including golf club landmarks like “(You’re My) Motivation,” “Hallelujah,” and “Stompin’ Grounds” aswell as even more introspective, jazzy functions like 1993’s The Atmosphere EP. Chandler’s 1st creation LP was 1997’s KAOZ on Ruler St., adopted a year later on from the mix-album/hits-collection Kaoz Theory. Three blend albums made an appearance during 2000-01, and Chandler released A Cellar, A Crimson Light & A Feelin’, Vol. 2, a compilation of creation songs for Madhouse. In 2003, he released Trionisphere and Trionisphere Live.