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Scheme Boy

Scheme Boy has been a major part of London’s breakcore and electronica scene for many years now. From humble beginnings as co-founder of Adverse Camber (responsible for the now infamous Awesome Power parties) to internationally recognised artist. Since his initial release on Ninja Columbo Records back in 2007, Scheme Boy has always merged his love of melodic, acid tinged electronica with smashed up hardcore and DnB grooves. Never one for sticking to any one style, a Scheme Boy set could take you through a variety of genres, tempos and sonic tapestries whilst never forgetting to keep the groove solid throughout.

Although the back catalogue of his releases would indicate a hardcore/breakcore artist (albeit a melodic one), its in his sets/mixes that you get to see the full spectrum of his sound, which covers IDM, wonky techno, dubstep, jungle, DnB and of course hardcore.

Previous releases have appeared on Ninja Columbo, Anticlone, Peace Off, Sustained Records and Nekrolog1k. 2014 releases, as part of Undead Roniin (with The Teknoist), have dropped on Ninja Columbo and the legendary Industrial Strength Records.

All enquiries to bookings@varispeed.eu

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"You can't trust people Jeremy...people like Coldplay and voted for the Nazis" #throwbacksaturdays ... See MoreSee Less

5yrs ago today. Where does the time go?! ... See MoreSee Less

I know I haven't put out much music recently, but I have been busy. I have co-created the worlds first graded music production course and co-produced a piano, ukulele and acoustic guitar course. Plus all of their accompanying audio examples and exams. The physical copies all arrived today (30 books in total). This is the fruit of 2.5 years hard work. Nice to see it in the flesh. #chuffed ... See MoreSee Less

Dear the underground music scene (in all its forms),

I know I have asked you this before but the problem seems to be getting worse, not better.

Please, please, please stop using DJ’s faces on flyers and posters. It looks fucking awful and cheap, like a bad GCSE media studies project. There are enough amazing graphic designers that would be glad of the work (I can only assume you didn't hire a professional). Spread the love by spreading the work among your fellow creative peers. Have some pride in your events and create promo materials as artistic as you hope the music will be. Nobody (that you’d actually want at your event) cares what a DJ looks like, literally nobody.

Please, for the love of all things holy, stop. It’s not making anyone look cool, it’s just fucking embarrassing. Leave it to Happy Hardcore and EDM to make cheap trash. You’re better than them. Act like it.

p.s. not aimed at one event in particular, there are a lot of you out there that are repeat offenders.

Much love x
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Impromtu classic deathchant vinyl slam courtesy of Joe ET Walker at the scheme ranch! ... See MoreSee Less