His sound was unique and technical ability unparalleled, immediately making him stand out as an artist. At the tender age of just 18 Ali was spotted by one of the UK’s biggest promotions at the time, Frantic. He was immediately asked to appear at the world famous Camden palace (now Koko) to play alongside the worlds most respected DJ’s in front of thousands. From here Ali has gone on to play some of the best clubs in the UK & World; Brixton Academy, The End, The Gallery @ Turnmills, State of trance @ Anzu (Brazil), 1015 (San Francisco) the list goes on! The media soon picked up on the hype proclaiming Mr Wilson as one of the TOP 5 young DJ’s to watch WORLDWIDE alongside Nic Fanculii and Montana also cementing this recognition by awarding him as a MixMag Future Hero 2003.
Picking up ‘best new producer’ from the UK’s biggest club forum Harderfaster.net and DJMag honouring him as the ‘one to watch’ , this was just beginning for the young man who had the belief in his own sound, this has all lead on to Carl Cox naming him one of his producers of 2006 in the DJ Mag Top 100 Poll & Judge Jules inviting Ali to do a mix on Radio 1 on his ‘Top Tip for 2008’ show! At only 26 his DJ career has taken him across the world to 15 different countries in 4 different continents and with hundereds of thousands of record sales and featuring on countless compilations is not hard to see why the media proclaims him as a dance music sensation. After 5 years of producing a discography that spans many major labels, it was time for Ali to take the next step and create a destination for his own pioneering sound… 2005 saw Ali launch the groundbreaking new label TEK ELEC Records which would be the defining imprint for his new dynamic sound. The label has had an unprecedented impact with full support from the likes of Carl Cox, Paul Van Dyk, Armin, Ferry Corsten, Eddie Haliwell, Marco V, Judge Jules & Sander Van Doorn, the list goes on! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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