Having amassed quite a vinyl collection at just the tender age of 14 years old and listening to DJ’s such as Masters at Work, Derek Carter, Carl Cox and the likes Rossco felt it was time to stop being a geek and record collector and start learning to DJ. This led to him grafting away for his father to earn his first set of Technics 1210’s and a mixer and the rest as they say is history. After learning the technique of beat matching Rossco was quick to fuse his new found passion with all elements of djing and learn how to piece the perfect set together.
He would spend around 6 hours per day mastering the new techniques he was learning and by the age of 15 his hard work started to pay off as he was booked for his first show alongside Luvdup. He was quickly made a resident for Decadence which at it’s peak was in the top 5 nights in the country and voted best midweek party in UK which he can holdto this date of one of the best parties he has ever played at.
As an eclectic collector of music from house to hip hop and techno to breakbeat Rossco fast became popular with promoters who were looking for something a little bit different. He was very versatile with his technique from scratch mixing to the long epic mixes being perfectly in pitch which won him lots of support from the Midlands finest promoters and saw him playing many more parties and some of the regions best nightclubs including Bakers, Canal Club, The Lightbar, UK Midlands and many others alongside some of the DJ’s that helped to shape the whole UK house music scene.
Rossco went from strength to strength when he settled into a policy of playing one style of music (his first love HOUSE) and quickly started to make more waves in the scene getting bookings throughout Europe at destinations such as Greece, Cyprus, France and Switzerland. He also in this time managed to get as far as Australia and New Zealand when he’s stock spread and he started on his way with producing music.
His first track a collaboration with friend Calvertron entered the Beatport top 20 and he has not looked back since with first solo track Manzworld sampling the great late James Brown hit the Stompy charts at overall top 10 and number 1 in it’s respective category. This along with his hard work and skills behind the turntables have seen him recently gain residencies at Eclectricity and RocknRolla in Birmingham and he can be seen behind the decks at his own party Perpetual also playing alongside the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Julio Bashmore, Eats Everything, James Zabiela, Riva Starr and many other.
The future is looking very good for Rossco with Bookings also taking shape in Dubai, Poland, Italy, South Africa, USA, Canada and a return trip to New Zealand along with the UK’s mighty Global Gathering.