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Scot Project

Frankfurt, Germany

Hard Dance, Trance

AKA: Frank Zenker, Arome

druck records, Frank Zenker, VANDIT Records
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Scot Project is one of those rare artists whose musical style is clearly recognizable throughout the dance music world. His signature sound has helped create the harder side of the Trance genre, with unique combination of hard percussive elements mixed with melodic trance rhythms, he has become one of the most successful DJs/Producers in the global dance music.

Over the past few years Scot Project has created waves around club-land with appearances at Godskitchen, Gatecrasher, Slinky, Global Gathering, Homelands, Dance Valley, Avalon, Goodgrief, and many more major festivals and clubs worldwide.

Learning to mix at the age of 13, Scot Project got his first break in 1986 playing break-beat in a youth club. When the acid house movement hit in 1988 Scot Project was hooked. By 1990 he was a resident of several clubs in and around Frankfurt and was spending his pay cheques on a small but potent studio.

Scot Project’s first track «X» was released on Overdose in 1994 shortly after, followed closely by the hugely successful {U I Got A Feeling}, on Overdose/Positiva which charted throughout Europe. Since then Scot Project has established himself as one of the biggest producers of the harder edge of Trance genre, with a plethora of remixes and hit productions under his name including mega hits, {F Future is now}, {O Overdrive} and remixes like {second trip / Hennes & Cold}, {Cosmic Gate / fire wire} {Yoji Biomehanika / Ding A Ling} and {Beam vs. Cyrus / thunder in paradise}, and other artists such as Talla 2xlc, Derb, Brooklyn Bounce and Yves De Ruyter, which stormed UK and International dance charts. He is also responsible for the project Arome with successful releases such as visions of paradise, somebody and the massive success Hands up.

Scot always found time to twiddle plenty of knobs in the studio. His melodic dance floor ripper «L» (Want Your Love) booted Eric Prydz’s number one tune «Call on me» off the top spot of Discomania’s 2004 yearly sales chart. The tune also ousted Mylo’s «Drop The Pressure» and Deep Dish’s «Flashdance» from the top of the German-based chart

2005 has been one of the best yet for Germany’s undisputed tech trance master. After more than ten years of top-notch studio production and crowd-pleasing DJ sets, the dreadlocked wonder released his long-awaited artist album, «A1». The frenzied response to the tasty mix of new era productions and much-loved classics sent Scot and his record bag spinning from Kuala Lumpur to Canada to satisfy the appetites of hard trance-hungry clubbers. «A1» shows the progress of his music style, further pushing forward the evolution of the harder edge of Trance. Good examples are also remixes for Yoji Biomehanikas {Monochroma} and Yakooza..s {I Wanna Feel} and recent remixes like cocaine 2006(yakooza) , Bravheart 06, Niels van Gogh – Pulverturm 2006(kosmo records) and his unique for promotional use only series…

2007: the harder edge of the Scot Project sound with the new TOCS series on his very own Druck Records. TOCS 1 (druck11) was already a promising start for another successful project.TOCS 2 (druck 019) was the banging second Watch out for TOCS 3, 4, 5 and not forget the evergrowing “for promotinal use only” series with unique remixes for Daft Punk and U2

2008 was another great year for Scot Project .with releases like S2 which was heavily supported by by Ferry Corsten, Judge Jules and countless others..followed by his great remix for public domains greatest hit operation blade, karami & lewis and his promotional use only tracks for planet funk, , nic chagall, U2 and verrachocha (which was heavily supported from Tiesto!!!)

2009 was full of great events , from trance enery to dance valley and planet love to even gigs like decibel and inqontrol! almost no one else can play at such diverse events like scot project can!.. on the release front F2 was released with 8 totally different remixes with a great support from trance heroes like ferry corsten, judge jules , to the tough players such as yoji , Alex Kidd. His remixes for dr.willis vs. vandall- tech ho, organ donors 99.9 and lisa lashes – bondage and whips.. are just as good as good as his own releases!..


on the production site this year started quite well , with great fresh new remixes for greg downey- global code on Paul van dyks label Vandit. bart claessen- hartseer on ferry corstens imprint Flashover , golden coast – ivory on High Contrast, alex kidds – toms diner and talla 2xlc´s track the spirit within! A big stormer was also his bootleg remix of Sander van doorns – daisy vs. renegeade. .. all of those tracks got support from the ussual suspects in the trance circle and radio plays all over the globe!

Some collaborations are in progress and plenty of new own tracks like G(ghost), t(techem) , H(hurricane), Q(quantum), K(kalahari),M(medium and his latest project supermusique! they are all ready to get unleashed very soon.

The Tour diary is still great with already awesome gigs at trance energy, godskitchen ireland, coloursfestival , escape into the park, q-dance etc…

more news are coming soon:)