¨Harry Agius (a.k.a Midland) began DJing in 2003 after a tape of Andy C at a Slammin Vinyl show kick-started an obsession with the craft. From there, he went on to attend Leeds University, dividing his time between his educational commitments and the various drum & bass taking place around town. Having purchased his first set of Technics from money saved working in a kitchen and living with his parents, he was then offered a graveyard Saturday morning show by DJ Shock of Radio Frequency. Over time the radio slots did get better and opportunities began to arise with gigs at SubDub, Exodus at the West Indian center, Momentum at Wire, a time as resident for Metropolis, and chances to warm up for Bukem, Grooverider, and Dillinja on the Valve Soundsystem. When he finished studying Harry’s interest in slower tempos was piqued and he began making music under the name Midland.¨
Ahead of the release of his Fabriclive 94 mix, which lands on September 22, Agius stepped in to answer XLR8R’s 20 Questions.
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