Located in Cambridge, England but delivered in Barcelona, Spain, Oriol Singhji passed his initial name only once he released his productions. He debuted on Globe Mu using the 2010 12” Coconut Coastline, a memory-triggering cross types of past due-‘70s jazz fusion, early-‘80s digital R&B, and early-2000s damaged beat with all the current handmade warmth of the Larry Heard creation. It instantly produced him a modern of both Floating Factors and Dâm-Funk. Joined up with with a remix by FaltyDL, aswell as remixes of another monitor on the other hand (added by Jake Slazenger and Shortstuff), the A-side was versatile enough to become spun in dubstep, home, and otherwise classic synth funk pieces. Fourteen days after it had been released, Globe Mu released Oriol’s initial full-length, All the time.