DJ STEVE BAMFORD is the resident DJ at C Club in Lan Kwai Fong. He has been DJing for 12 years, and began spinning in Hong Kong and Asia four-and-a-half years ago. Bamford kicked off his DJ career when his family opposed his music. 'I began to DJ because my family was tired of the constant loud music and I needed somewhere to play my huge vinyl collection,' he says. He gradually taught himself on 'two dodgy belt drive turntables'. 'And again this kept bugging my family with loud music, 24/7,' says Bamford, who plays funk, deep tech house and breakbeat. DJ Steve Bamford's Top 10 (not in order) 1. Papua New Guinea by Future Sound Of London (Jumpin Epuman Records) 'Way ahead of its time. Still a monster this day.' 2. Symphony by Hybrid (White Label) 'Still gives me goosebumps this day, and still play it as often as possible.' 3. Music by LTJ Bukem (Good Looking Records) 'The arrangement, structure, and sounds are perfect.' 4. Roads by Portishead (Go Beat) 'Downtempo beauty. Everyone should own it.' 5. Funksion by Optical and Ed Rush (U-Recordings) 'More drum 'n bass. This time it's a filthy, dirty beast of groove.' 6. Xpander by Sasha (Decon) 'Had to include this one. Deeply layered and trippy. It gets better all the way through.' 7. Music Takes You by Blame (Moving Shadow) 'Early breakbeat anthem. Brings back loads of memories.' 8. Alanis Morissette's Forgive Me remixed by Hybrid (White Label) 'Hybrid treats Alanis to an epic breakbeat workout. It never got released so this is one of my treasures.' 9. LFO by LFO (Ward Records) 'Early bleep techno from Sheffield. Huge Baseline.' 10. Nights Interlude by Nightmares On Wax (Ward Records) 'Classic down tempo track. It still gets a lot of play at home.'