Doc Brown has found his comfort zone in a unique vibe that effortlessly straddles the boundary between the popular & the underground. His productions have been played by both mega-DJs like Tiesto & Paul Oakenfold and underground heroes like Christian Cambas & Sonny Wharton, and he has already performed at massive commercial festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival and techno-fueled marathons such as The BPM Festival.
His fresh and unique take on tech & progressive house is demanded not only by dancefloors but by industry tastemakers as well, with releases on a laundry list of notable labels including Toolroom, Natura Viva, Baroque, Sonny Wharton’s Whartone, Paul Thomas’ Ultraviolet, Phunk Investigation’s Miniaturesrec, Andrea Bertolini’s Btwisted, Glitter’s Punch Underground and George Acosta’s Acomusic. He has remixed a distinguished collection of artists including Da Fresh & Maverickz, Filth & Splendour, Andrea Bertolini, Noel Sanger, Maximus Bellini and Static Revenger—and one of his most recent solo releases, ‘The Ghosts Of Our Future,’ reached #14 on the Beatport progressive house charts. The subsequent release of the Traktor remix set netted a top-5 position on the progressive house charts, reaching as high as #42 overall.
With A-list followers of his studio work and energetic live performances drawing a cult-like following, Doc certainly is poised for the long haul. Cynics may say he’s “too big” for the techno crowd and “too techno” for the bigroom crowd, but an unfazed Doc watches as his profile continues to rapidly grow. The way he sees it, being different is a great way to get noticed.