Influx UK (real name Gavin Price) had his first experience of production at the age of 9! For a school play he made a 'dub version' of the Pink Floyd song 'Brick In The Wall' by cutting out the vocals and recording it to tape. His father showed him guitar and chord structure at 11. By 15 he was learning to mix and scratch and became an avid collector of US Hip Hop, and later Chicago House. Going to the raves in London during the late 80s, Gavin developed a love for the beats and breaks. He cites Fingers Inc.