Not every imagine, in reality, should sound experimental drum'n'bass. Barrel and bass, built sophisticated methods, with heavy bursts of buzzing bulkayusche-samples, the usual unusual dnb, not to mention themselves loop'ah. The name of this madness – techstep. Master in the sound on the right is Mark Caro, aka Technical Itch. Which began, like most dnb music with a DJ career, Mark quickly grows to create their own compositions. Back in 1991, the year, DJing for local performing local events, he does think about the incarnation of his many ideas into music. And after a while, a guy gets a chance: the label Ibiza Records released his own project with a rather enigmatic title – ENTT.
Getting acquainted with Decoder'om (Darren Beale), Technical Itch find it invaluable support and as a result of their joint collaboration is born first EP Mark, called Plasmic Life. The next step is mark the opening of Mark's own record company Tech Itch Records. The label for a long time does not get out of a deep underground and is the real support is provided by Kenny Ken, always uses Releases Tech Itch Rec. in his broadcast on London's Kiss FM. This brings Product Tech Itch respect and, of course, fame. There comes a high point: the label pours more and more new releases, basking in the glory, but Mark is contracted with the legendary record company Moving Shadow. Here on Moving Shadow, he earns reputation, which characterizes its dynamic, high-tech and at the same time, biting style of writing songs.