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Percy X

Percy X

Percy X


Percy X is the alter ego of Tony Scott, the talented Glasgow DJ and producer. He has been producing electronic music since the early nineties, initially with friend Richard Miller under the moniker Havana for fellow Glasgow label Limbo. The Havana tracks ‘Shtoom’ and ‘Ethnic Prayer’ are cited as classics of this era. He has been part of the Soma family since 1994, his debut release was the highly rated ‘X-Tracks’. Since then he has consistently produced high calibre cuts including two albums ‘Gain’ and ‘Spyx’ Read more on Last.fm
Percy X is the alter ego of Tony Scott, the talented Glasgow DJ and producer. He has been producing electronic music since the early nineties, initially with friend Richard Miller under the moniker Havana for fellow Glasgow label Limbo. The Havana tracks ‘Shtoom’ and ‘Ethnic Prayer’ are cited as classics of this era. He has been part of the Soma family since 1994, his debut release was the highly rated ‘X-Tracks’.

Since then he has consistently produced high calibre cuts including two albums ‘Gain’ and ‘Spyx’, and eight singles which includes the Andy Weatherall collaboration ‘-3’ and the highly acclaimed ‘Track 2’. Acid house was the catalyst to kick start his DJ career in 1989 with Todd Terry’s ‘Black Riot’ being the pivotal record. Seduced by the energy and innovation Percy X became a house music disciple and vinyl junkie, dedicated to the art of spinning. His mixing style is fast and precise, a chain reaction of breakin’ cuts, locked rhythms and nuclear sonic booms - a very exciting spectacle indeed! He is one of the country’s best techno exports and plays regularly throughout Europe and the US. He also maintained a highly successful residency in Glasgow club ‘Alaska’ with his GAIN night where Andrew Weatherall and Rolando were regular guests.

Other guests included Radioactive Man, Steve Bicknell, Mark Broom, The Hacker and Baby Ford. 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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