Sykes moved to live in Australia until he was the age of five with his parents. He then moved to Stocksbridge just out of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. As a teenager, he attended Stocksbridge High School and was a year below Alex Turner and Matt Helders of the Arctic Monkeys. While at school he began making compilation CDs and short tracks under the name of Quakebeat.
On April 13 2007, Sykes appeared in Nottingham Magistrates Court on a charge of common assault relating to the alleged urination incident, to which he pleaded not guilty. The case was adjourned until early May. On 3 May 2007 Sykes attended Nottingham Magistrates court for the second time and confirmed his not guilty plea. The case was adjourned again until 17 September 2007. However, due to lack of evidence, all charges against Sykes were dropped.
|Date of release||Title||Label|
|October, 2005 |
(Re-Released in January 2006)
|This Is What the Edge of Your Seat Was Made For||Thirty Days of Night Records,|
(Re-Released on Visible Noise)
|October 30, 2006 |
(Re-Released in 2008 (Hot Topic))
|Count Your Blessings||Visible Noise,|
(Re-Released on Earache in the US)
|September 29, 2008||Suicide Season||Visible Noise|
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