Released his first single, ‘Happy’ in 1989 via SoHo’s Black Market Records
Has recorded well over 100 12” singles encompassing Garage, Techno, Deep House, Latin, R’n’B, & Funk and has achieved sales in excess of 250,000 units
Established his own imprint, Matrix Records in 1992, releasing ‘Northern Lights’ by Caucasian Boy, which was then licensed to Strictly Rhythm achieving global success & sales of 18,000 + units (was recently included in a cover mount mix C.D. selected by Josh Wink for D.J. Magazine )
Has recorded for all the major 90’s dance labels:
Strictly Rhythm, Junior Boys Own, Paper Recordings, King Street (U.S.),Wall Of Sound, N.R.K., Back 2 Basics, Pagan, SoundProof (M.C.A.), Heartbeat (Italy), D.I.Y. & Sunday Best (Rob Da Bank)
Has recorded two artist albums:
‘Rhythm Graffiti’ (Paper Recordings 2000)
‘Which Way Is Up (One Little Indian 2005)
Has recorded under a variety of aliases: Babyrock, Caucasian Boy, Crime, House Of Labasia, South Central, Stash, Boogie Buffet, Century Falls, Good Guys, Laj Gloves, Motif, New Chapters In Funk, Sleaze, Stryker.
Accomplished D.J. playing worldwide: New York, San Francisco, Paris, London, Japan,
Left dance music briefly in 2005 after poor sales of his album ’Which Way Is Up’ (One Little indian) to form the rock/blues/punk band STASH (http://www.myspace.com/stashrock), recording a single: ‘Divide & Conquer’ b/w/ “Razors & Chocolate’ before leaving to work with M.C. Kay Young, resulting in the single ‘D.J. Saved My Life’ (Metrogroove Records) his first major release in 5 years.
Will have a major retrospective of his work released via Bill Brewster’s D.J. HISTORY imprint spanning the last 20 years of music production.