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Although Garibay can now boast a mountain of beautiful kit, it wasn't always like this as Garibay recalls. "Early on, I couldn’t afford any equipment, so I used to just try and learn an instrument wherever possible by borrowing instruments from friends."
"Then my neighbour lent me this Fostex four-track cassette recorder he had and I went from there, piecing bits together. But, at that age I had no idea that there was such a thing as making music for other people. I just thought everybody made their own music and were either good at it or they weren’t. A lot of my friends were DJs and I began to listen to Techno records like the tunes from LFO, Underworld and all that stuff that was coming out in the ’90s.
"There was that track by Eon, The Spice Must Flow that I heard at a house party when I was younger and I remember that and a few other tracks that these
DJs were playing and thinking ‘how do they make that sound?’ It just sounded so otherworldly and that’s what made me get into Techno.”