One House Artists

Patrice Scott’s roots in the Detroit music scene go a long way back. At the age of just 11 he lived down the road from early DJ group Direct Drive, and it was at these block parties that Scott decided that this is what he wanted to be. That his inspiration should be so deeply rooted in live music and the dancefloor environment makes sense – he has become known as one of the most innovative and dynamic club DJs from the Motor City with his own deep and textured house & techno sound.

In those early days of the Detroit techno scene Patrice Scott was exposed to legendary artists and disk jockeys like Juan Atkins, Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson and Jeff Mills while also being profoundly inspired by the Chicago sounds of Larry Heard and Ron Hardy a few hundred miles west.

His music reflects much of the rich sound palette of deep house and techno from the 1990s but combines this with a sense of constant innovation, which depends less on trends and fashions and more on Scott’s own passion for seeking out an otherworldliness in music.

In 2006 Scott launched his own Sistrum Recordings imprint which has since released a long series of records to ongoing critical acclaim. 2015 saw the long-awaited release of his debut album – “Euphonium” – where Scott displayed “jaw-dropping production prowess, both from a programming and compositional perspective” (Resident Advisor).

Patrice Scott remains one of the scene’s most ambitious and interesting figures with a relentless focus on unique music, the dancefloor environment and collaborating with a compelling¬†selection of American and European artists.

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