Belfast based JMX fascination with dance music started at a young age when he acquired his first set of turntables and spent hours upon hours getting to grips with the art of beat mixing. He was first influenced by heavyweights like Carl Cox and Joey Beltram who were playing guest spots at the Hellraiser raves held in the Ulster hall in the early nineties. On the local front influences came in the form of David Holmes and Ian McCready who ran the legendary SugarSweet parties in Belfast. Later John regularly attended Digital Boogie and got a real taste of proper electronic music by hearing what guests like Chris Duckenfield, Hipp-E, Miguel Migs and Ralph Lawson were up to behind the decks. As a result of all this he quickly developed a love for house music and would religiously scour local..