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Michael Devin (Mr. Tea) was drawn to the electronic music invasion on the British music scene in the late 80's. Influenced by the house music scene and artists such as S'Express, Adamski, N-Joi, Future Sound Of London, Hardfloor and everything else that was happening in the club scene whether it was acid house, house, techno, hardhouse or hardcore.

In 1994, a demo tape sent to Hard Hands, the label created by Leftfield's Paul Daley and Neil Barnes, lead to a release under the name of "Sentinel", a 3-track EP titled "Hurricane". This included the track "Transistor Rhythm" which received heavy airplay by Annie Nightingale on Radio 1.

Another collaboration followed in 1995, this time with Andrew Weatherall and Jagz Cooner of Sabres Of Paradise (along with Bleasdale again), this produced the heavy underground sound of "Crash" under the name of Cymbol on Concrete Recordings. This caught the attention of DJ's like Justin Robertson and Annie Nightingale.

After a few independent releases over the years and a long break after moving to San Francsico, Mr. Tea is back with a biscuit in one hand, and a drum machine in the other...

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