Warren Scott is an English music producer and Dj born 23/10/77 in Watford, Herts. known for his work with Techno/Tech House genres. At a young age he played the Piano and Violin and even though he loved music he could never see himself as Musician . He went on to experimenting with a Drum machine and an Atari computer to later on Dj on Pirate radio stations. His first introduction to Electronic music came from the late Colin Faver. An important figure in club culture and founder of the Pirate radio station Kiss Fm and also among those who fostered the Acid House and rave explosions of the late 1980’s. As Warren’s style developed, he also became fascinated with the 90’s House championed by the likes of Masters At Work, Tony Humphries and Todd Terry. He began to Dj at parties and local venues and became a avid vinyl collector buying from his local record store Freedom Records. After discovering his passion for Electronic music he started to Dj around North, South and Central London. He also ran his own night with some of his friends at The Oh Bar in Camden where he also supported bands such as Fenech- Soler. Warren’s main spotlight stems from his ability to read the energy within the crowd and take them on an unforgettable journey where their soul craves for more. Warren has over twenty years of experience as a Dj playing in a lot of major venues and bars in London, venues such as The Aka bar, Raving Buddha, Chunnel Club, SW1 are just to name a few he has also played overseas in cities such as Lisbon and Colombo and he also hosts his own show on Divine radio 95.1 FM every other Saturday from 6pm Uk time. Current influences are artists such Jeff Mills, Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Adam Beyer.
Driven and determined to develop bis own trademark sound he started to look at the science, the art of making people move their butts, speaking to their heart mind and soul. In the aid of this he graduated from Point Blank after completing The Art Of Modern Production And Modern Composition. In 2016 he released his first Ep called Hypnotised based on his record label. With a stack of music set to be released the future is looking bright for the British artist.