The output will be slightly rougher and noisier than his Eskimo Twins releases, drawing inspiration from childhood heroes such as My Bloody Valentine & Aphex Twin, whilst maintaining a focus on the dance floor.
Heretic began life as a frivolous means of making some raucous club tracks, with themes about science and the refutation of all things religious running through them; hence the name. This quickly evolved into a fully-fledged side project as the pile of tracks kept getting higher and higher.
Early releases on Tusk Wax, My Favorite Robot & Relish garnered the attentions of Erol Alkan, Chloe & Andrew Weatherall, with The Guv'nor asking for a Heretic remix on his latest album. 2017 is continuing to be very busy with a slew of upcoming releases on Throne of Blood & Ransom Note Records, and his live show on the road across Europe.