As a kid in inner City Liverpool Cindy was fascinated by the Jukebox in their pub, in fact she was fascinated by anything techie so PAC Man and Sidearms games definitely got more play than your average youngster might or should be exposed to!
The jukebox guy used to come every two weeks and give her the records he was replacing. She remembers they had no centre and she only had three that needed swapping out. Not an easy task for one so young but she became adept at that and reaching into the record player to set up the auto arm to drop each track one after the other.
So… this was back in the 70’s, Gladys Night and the Pips, Roberta Flack, Donna Summer, Chic and Rose Royce were topping the charts. Not a bad education for Cindy, even though she was far too young to understand the impact those 45’s would have.
Her lifetime love of music was firmly established…
Twelve years later and she found herself hanging out with DJs in raves across the UK that included TONKA Hi Fi, YIKES, ALPHA, Wasp Factory and Positivity to name a few and the decks called her home.