He started recording in 1990 for Sheffield label [l=Ozone Recordings] under the name of [a=Panic] with a release called Voices Of Energy, which was then licensed to [l=Buzz] in Belgium, Buzz 001. Buzz then went on to release classics by [a=Carl Craig] and [a=Derrick May]. Aubrey set up his own label in the same year - [l=Solid Groove] Records. The label had 30 vinyl releases over thirteen years and tracks were licensed by [a=Derrick May], [a=Terry Francis], [a=Pete Tong], [a=Adam X], and [a=Carl Cox]. As well as this he ran four other labels - [l=Textures], [l=Dark], [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/149717-Dot-2]DOT[/url], and [l=Cheap Knob Gags].
At the age of twelve he became an avid bedroom DJ which taught him the skills that have taken him through a successful and professional career spanning twenty-two years. From his first residency at the Portsmouth club Central Park at eighteen, he soon found himself in London spinning next to Carl Cox, Groove Rider, Colin Dale, Mr. C etc, at such raves as Energy, Raindance, and clubs such as The Astoria, The Gardening Club, The Pirate Club, The Marquee, Turnmills, Deep Space, Ministry Of Sound, Mr. C’s Release partyies and residencies for Fantasy FM and the famous south coast club Sterns.
His music tastes are very varied with his first love of Hip Hop as a teenager, moving quickly onto the emerging Acid House scene from Chicago and then to Detroit Techno and New York House. Due to working in record shops he has a big knowledge of all three genres.