My mum had a pretty decent selection. Lot of radio 1, friend's cooler older brothers & weird late night TV in my pre Internet years (anyone remember The Trip on 4later?} once minidiscs came along that was a game changer. Raiding the local library for spacemen 3 and the like. Also going to college in Kendal at 16 and discovering shit like electric wizard & kyuss on one of my first and still to this day strongest acid experiences. That made a big impression. At the same time there was a Canadian dnb dj i used to hang out with a lot and he was the one who got me into a bunch of electronica and also took me to see Jeff Mills which was the day I realised it didn't have to be all breaks.How did you discover your music patyy?
Definitely not up in t'fells n fields of Cumbria.Interesting. Information didn't really spread and travel in our day did it. It was more viscous.
It's bread and butter stuff. I like it when people pull no punches too.There's quite a lot, too much, soundtrack stuff, which had a revival in the 90s, but again slightly before your time.