Higgins knows that drum 'n' bass will never be mainstream by pop standards, but even after all these years, he's still finding new spins to put on the genre.
"With D'n'B, you're very limited by the speed of the music and the sound of the music, but there's not a lot of competition in the marketplace. It has its own solid niche, and I'm trying to take as big of an advantage of that scene as I can. Sometimes, I look at [trance DJ] Tiesto and I'm like, 'I picked the wrong music to play. I could be playing at the Olympics!' but I really don't think I want to be on MTV and all that," he says with an uncharacteristic calm. "I'm really kind of happy where I'm at right now."