The continued rise of Scottish award winning techno Dj/Producer Stevie Wilson is growing in epic proportion. Since he started producing techno music only in May 2011 his tracks have been well received in the techno community and gaining massive support from Dj’s all over the world. In this short space of time he also won the award for best Scottish Techno producer 2012 at the E.M.M.A.S & this has now made his name stand out among the rest and show everybody that he means business.
Stevie’s passion for music started at a very early age. From the days of school buying and swapping music with friends it was clear to him then that he had to take the next step and get his first set of decks. Since then stevie has never looked back and is always pushing the boundaries with his musical and technical abilities from when he is performing in clubs rocking the dancefloors with his high energy pounding beats to the music he produces in which he blends all sorts of different sounds from deep & dark to twisted industrial sounds to full on banging grooves that is guaranteed to get any crowd moving on the dancefloor.
His main influences from the early days were people like Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier, Bass Generator, Mikey B, Easygroove, Technotrance and basically the whole early hardcore techno / breakbeat era.
Nowadays his influences are people like Len Faki, A.Paul, The Advent & Industrialyzer, Dave Clarke, Eddie Halliwell, Chris Liebing, Monoloc, Pfirter, Alan Fitzpatrick, Gary Beck, and loads more. The amazing thing is he has got to play alongside some of these guys who inspire him so much such as A.Paul, Eddie Halliwell, Alan Fitzpatrick, Valentino Kanzyani, Judge Jules, Hernan Cattaneo, Hans Bouffmyhre,Randy Katana, Dj Misjah and many more and he has also played outside the UK in Germany, Austria, Portugal, Ireland, & Spain
Stevie has played at all the best venues in Scotland such as The Arches, Room At The Top, The Soundhaus, Ivory Blacks, The Metro, Club 69, Liquid Rooms and that’s just to name a few which has spread over various club nights.
So you can tell techno is his passion, his life and an art form he clearly loves.