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Last year, FACT counted down our 100 favourite albums of the 1990s – a years-in-the-making effort that, we thought, was about as tough as undertakings got.

Libby Lawes – ex super model, promoter in Milano, Thessaloniki and Mykonos and as an integral part of the Back2mono team, responsible for the main underground breaks scene across the midlands. Working alongside names such as Hybrid, Meat Katie, Rennie Pilgrem, Hyper and more who carried the breaks sound into the new century. Collaborated with Mikee Freedom (I wanna give you devotion) and hasrecently been delivering her unique style of live mixing of Hippypunk, Breaks, Progressive/House andAmbient and recently headlined the dance tent at ‘The Green Gathering 2013’ and ‘The GreenMan Festival’ and Combining the vibe of the old with the phat sound of the new. Libby continues to make the dance floors wiggle and stomp at clubs, bars and radio stations including Groove St., Fiddlers, H Bar, Bocabar, Firebreak sessions, Dark City radio, Northampton Roadmender, The lounge/embargo, The soundhaus, The regents club, Back2mono, Club Natural.

1994 and 1995 saw trip hop near the peak of its popularity, with artists such as Howie B , Naked Funk and Earthling making significant contributions. Ninja Tune , the independent record label founded by the Coldcut duo, would significantly influence the trip-hop sound in London and beyond with breakthrough artists DJ Food , 9 Lazy 9 , Up, Bustle & Out , Funki Porcini and The Herbaliser , among others. The period also marked the debut of two acts who, along with Massive Attack, would define the Bristol scene for years to come.

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In 2013 Clail formed the Gary Clail Sound System and began work on the album 'Nail It To The Mast'. [1] It was released on 15 December 2014. [5]

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