@uncle-ru undoubtedly played his part in the 90's London dance scene. He co-founded The Rotters Golf Club with Andrew Weatherall, was instrumental in the mid-90’s Brixton scene with the George IV (club nights vent and Circulation, the latter also in collaboration with Weatherall) and even put on the first ever night in Fabric. As well as gigs all of the UK, he's played Paris, Miami, New York, Copenhagen to name but a few, before settling in Sydney in 2002.
Since then, Uncle Ru has played at every Lost Paradise, closing the last three. He's been a resident of Return To Rio, closing Saturday nights since conception and he's also resident of Rotary Disco, with his series of same-titled mixes getting considerable airplay on SoundCloud. With one foot heavily in nu-disco, the other foot wonders off in a world of musical twister, taking in house, techno and slo-mo chug, often with a cosmic, spacey feel for good measure. He's not one to be pigeon-holed, and effortlessly glides between genres. His most recent set from Lost Paradise proving just that.