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From MySpace - Category Matt Quinton first started making music back in the mid-90's after hearing punk rock for the first time. Forming a band called The Crazy Goat Biters, he constantly tried writing bad punk music. The line up changed, as did the name (which was eventually shortened to KGB, after the crazy got a K, to be, you know, krazy). When he left school, and started college, KGB were getting stronger and stronger, and recorded a couple of EP's entitled "HELL (or nearest M25 exit)" and "Blood On Your Shoes". Read more on Last.fm
From MySpace - Category Matt Quinton first started making music back in the mid-90's after hearing punk rock for the first time. Forming a band called The Crazy Goat Biters, he constantly tried writing bad punk music. The line up changed, as did the name (which was eventually shortened to KGB, after the crazy got a K, to be, you know, krazy). When he left school, and started college, KGB were getting stronger and stronger, and recorded a couple of EP's entitled "HELL (or nearest M25 exit)" and "Blood On Your Shoes".

At college, studying Music Technology, Quinton learned even more about recording, synthesizing, effects, and music theory, and started branching out into electronic music. The first attempt, Project X-On 1 was a strange mix of guitar, tribal instruments, GM soundsets and off the wall vocals, recorded all to tape for that dirty sound. Thats where the seed was first laid... He continued toying with and learning all facets of Music Production - hardware, software, theory - and he even tried studying Music Production at University.

The degree failed, but he learned practical skills. Then, whilst reading Penny Arcade one day, he saw a link to MC Frontalot, and everything under the name Category started. And here is hoping it continues to flow and evolve! Category - bringing the Punk ethic to Geeky Electro-Rap. Read more on Last.fm.

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