Eric Ross is one of America’s up and coming DJ’s. Eric has been able to take a blend of Global Sounds that consist of House, minimal, techno and Funk to create an energy that just makes you want to Groove all night long.
Eric Ross was active in the Florida club/rave promotions and DJing in the late 80s and early 90s. After a stint @ Loyola University and graduating in 1997, Eric Ross returned to DJing in Chicago with a string of appearances at Chicago landmarks like Karma, Crobar, Zentra, Transit, Butterfield 8, Narcisse, as well as major cities like NYC, LA, Miami and London.
Kimball Collins introduced Eric Ross to the decks in 1988. He was part of the global underground movement that has reached every corner of the earth. With Kimball Collins as his mentor, Eric was able to observe the second British Invasion. This Blitz of DJ talent included the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, Digweed, Dave Seaman, and American counterparts Kimball Collins, DJ Icey, and Chris Fortier. The exposure to this level of talent so early, coupled with his array of musical influences ranging from Kraftwerk, Pink Floyd, Afrika Bambaata, to the Happy Mondays and Utah Saints have propelled Eric Ross to pursue his primary passion; music and DJing.
Eric Ross teamed up with House Legend Sombionx to produce the record titled “Dr. Feels Good”. Upon it’s release in September of 2003, the record has been charted in the HOUSE and TECH HOUSE charts. It has been given support by such people as DJ Mazi, Plastic Fantastic, etc.
On 12.07.02 he became part of Perfecto history in Chicago. Paul Oakenfold, Hernan Cattaneo, Chris Walsh, and resident Eric Ross performed at Narcisse, one of the cities most intimate champagne/caviar lounges. The event was a triumphant success with the crowd-moving non-stop throughout this illustrious setting.
On October 9th of 2003, ERIC ROSS played the famous PLAYBOY MANSION alongside the band COLD. Eric has now joined the ranks of those such as Dimitri From Paris who had graced the PLAYBOY poolside parties and was invited back on October 7th, to rock the Mansion crowd once again along side FUEL.
Currently, Eric relocated to the small city of San Antonio Tx where he created his music lab in a wearhouse off the famed River Walk. There, he has reinvented the Soniquarium Vibe and the label. Soniquarium Muzika is the next phase and production is off to a wicked start. Recently, he played along side AudioFly and Steve Lawler during the Circus Tour in Mexico.