A reclusive Uk hip-hop producer who was simply fired up to jungle by mates Marc Royal of T.Power and MK Ultra, Wayne Palmer’s recordings seeing that Sureshot embrace the darker, tech-slanted aspect of drum’n’bass however, not with out a certain atmospheric lilt. Delivered in London’s Western world Ham, Palmer relocated to Basingstoke and later on Aldershot as a kid, borrowing a friend’s sampler at age 18 to create his first creation. While working like a pc technician by day time and DJ/maker by night time, he was launched to MK Ultra in the Phoenix Event. Palmer soon discovered the ropes of drum’n’bass, and was arranged to release an individual on Marc Royal’s Deep Idea Records until an opportunity intro with Ninebar Information manager Darren Hales resulted in a agreement. For Ninebar, Sureshot released a 1996 solitary and his debut recording Underground Symphony, an recording with alternate servings of dense paranoia and beautiful beauty. Palmer also came back to his hip-hop recent by dealing with many rappers, and in addition has collaborated with Jon Tye (of MLO and Twisted Technology).