The fledgling Hypercolour recruit gives us his vital statistics in this quick-fire introductory interview. Take a listen to his tracks and discover his dad’s claim to fame…

Who are you?

The name’s Bobby Champs and I make songs and play them to people at designated locations.

What do you sound like?

In the past I’ve been more techno-orientated but these days I’m leaning towards more ‘edgy house’ if that’s a thing? It’s a bit of a mix between the two without being tech-house.

Why should we listen to you?

I guess if you want to listen to something a tad different. My songs make sense in a club environment mostly.

What have you released so far?

I’ve released two EPs on Pictures Music entitled Moonlight and Drag Queen. More recently I released the Steve Martin EP on Hypercolour and I’ve done a remix for Proxy over at Turbo Recordings.

What song sums you up?

I never know how to answer this question so I’ll just reply with one of my favourites – ‘Die Slow’ by Health.

What or who is your biggest influence and why?

I don’t really have a specific influence like a person but more the whole club/dance culture. I like making songs that make you want to dance.

Where can we hear your music?

It’s scattered all over the place. These days the moment something is created it can be found in even the darkest recesses of the internet.

Where will you be in five years’ time?

Hopefully doing the same thing, making songs and playing them to people in designated locations. Like most people these days I’d like to make my own label. But when the time is right

Tell us an interesting fact about yourself.

My dad designed the Ministry of Sound logo.


The Steve Martin EP is out now on Hypercolour Records. Find Bobby Champs on FacebookTwitter and SoundCloud.

10th January, 2013

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