Creative Wax was started in 1992 by Pulse (Dance Conspiracy) and Jack Horner (Bad
Influence). Early releases were predominately by label owner Pulse
alongside the Wax Doctor with Alex Reece and Prof Stretch (Underwolves)
taking care of the engineering duties. The label also had various
collaborations by Alex Reece And Wax Doctor under names such as Fallen
Angels and Unit One. Ned Kelly
was the label manager.
Other notable names in the camp were The
Underwolves who went on to record for Ross Allen's Island Records
imprint Blue and Compost Records. Tango who also recorded with Pulse on
the legendary Moving Shadow imprint, Justice another Moving shadow
artist who now runs his own Modern Urban Jazz label and finally Digital
(Metalheadz). Creative Wax mixed up the influences of Detroit techno and
later Jazz to create some of the most innovative music in the Drum and
Bass scene of the 90's.