Tena Stelin uses his name in the Amharic vocabulary of Ethiopia, which, translated, means ‘greetings’. He started his profession in the past due 80s being a UK-based vocalist using the Conscious Noises label and originally appreciated a root base strike with ‘Can’t Contact Jah’. A lot of the documenting for the Mindful Noises collective’s output occurred on the Manasseh studio room run by audio system operator Nick Manasseh. THE UNITED KINGDOM root base scene loves a cult pursuing, with releases showing up on cassette matching with African instead of reggae recordings. In 1990 DJ Joey Jay, broadly known as a pioneer of UK root base, started transmitting the audio legitimately with Nick Manasseh across London once the radio place Kiss FM was granted a broadcasting licence. This led to wider publicity for Stelin, and also other significant performers, including Devon Russell and Audio Iration. In 1989 Stelin got recorded ‘Provide Thanks And Compliment’ and ‘Ruler Of Kings Parts One And Two’ with Audio Iration. Stelin’s manufacturer, Dougie Wardrop, utilized a session music group referred to as Centry who liked several strikes, including ‘Stepping Period’ and ‘Thunder Hill’. The discharge of Wicked Invention was received with rave testimonials, though in 1990 the root base revival was still impending. Being a bonus for all those purchasing the Compact disc and cassette edition, Audio Iration In Dub had been included. Documenting at Digital B, Easy Road and The Gadget Factory he taken care of his profile with manufacturer Morris Johnson.