Inland discusses the early days and his way into the UK music scene in an interview with Scene Clubbing Heritage.
“It started quite early on, that I began to identify with electronic music as a way of expression. It also helped me to feel different. As a teenager growing up in conservative small-town Britain, to allow myself to be sucked into the vortex of electronic music felt slightly revolutionary, counter-active. That kind of music wasn’t so popular amongst my school friends, so that made it even more alluring. Once I was old enough to get into clubs and had started DJing, I already strongly had the feeling, “this is me!” Read the full interview here.