Sunosis's (Colin Welsh) musical career started at the tender age of 14, when he would engage in such anti-social behavior as re-programming his elder brother's ZX Spectrum into a primitive sequencer. Such wayward conduct would eventually lead to a degree in fine art and the onset of much more audio-visual mischief. A musical maverick with a twisted sense of values, Col naturally progressed into club décor and visuals, eventually organising his own series of techno nights in the Midlands.
Until recently he was the owner of Ginglik, west London's premier suburban beat bunker, which became one of the finest alternative venues in the capital. Effortlessly fusing some of the city's premier electronic and underground DJs and musicians with art exhibitions, with a friendly, pretension-free atmosphere; the club was a focal point for artists, musicians and general connoisseurs of cool, with regular events hosted by Col's own Sunosis project as well as a host of other rising pioneers.