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Artistname: Trisco

Date of birth: Unknown

Origin: Unknown

Interview: None available

1994 Onwards

Trisco has been involved in the House scene from the mid nineties as a record producer and DJ. Initially signed to Whoop Records in 1994 under the name Spanish Fly, he released two tracks 'Sustain' and 'Hipster' which both had immediate impact on the progressive house scene.

Together with a residency at Rude, SW1 club (now Pacha, London) Trisco began to develop an upfront funky-tech prog-house style sound with a familiar no-nonsense approach to giving the clubbers what they want. This sound also found it’s way into other residencies at the Ministry of Sound and a two-year residency at his own club night Wonderland Avenue at Plastic People in Oxford Street, London.

Making Sweet Musak

In 2000, Trisco released Musak on Vinyl Addiction Records, which began to be touted as as the biggest underground track of the year. Described as "ground breaking" in the music press, Musak became commonplace in DJ’s boxes across the board: from Sasha and Digweed to the Chemical Brothers, Seb Fontaine and Pete Tong. The track had a massive amount of airplay and soon became Pete Tongs Essential new tune (05/05/2001).

By then the track had been picked up by Positiva and reached #27 in the UK Top 40 Chart and had truly become one of the great cross over records and a remix by Steve Lawler added the cherry on the cake for the discerning night owl.

With an impressive list of remixes under his belt; from Kylie to the Chemical brothers, it wasn’t until September 2003 that Trsco released his second single "Ultra" which was huge amongst the big DJ names so much so that it was used on the Radio 1 Summer TV Ad campaign with Seb Fontaine behind the decks.

Since then Trisco has been busy in the studio recently making two more tracks (both double A sides) Lean of Hip/Time released - 14/07/2003 and under the alias Wonderland Avenue "Journeyman/Primo Deluxo" released – 08/07/2003 on (after a long time out) Whoop! Records.
Production aliases:
Production discography:
  Trisco - All about You   Vinyl Addiction   2004
  Trisco - I Know   Vinyl Addiction   2004
  Trisco - Lean of Hip/Time      2003
  Trisco - Ultra   Positiva   2002
  Trisco – Musak   Positiva   2001
  Trisco – Southpaw   Hope recordings   2004
  Wonderland Avenue - Journeyman/Primo Deluxo   Whoop!   2003
Remix discography:
  ATB – Let you go   Edel   
  Chemical Brothers – Star Guitar   Virgin   
  Dead Beats Society – Flicks Theme   Mute   
  Double 99 – 7th High   Arista   
  Fluke – Pulse   One Little Indian   
  Ghetto Star - Big Black Limousine   Brass Hat   
  Human League – Sound of the Crowd   EMI   
  Jan Driver – Soulshaker   AM:PM   
  Kenny Shifter - Undercover Mirror Boy   Level Recordings   
  Kylie Minogue – Butterfly   Parlaphone   
  Lee Kavanagh – Ellie   Pod   
  Origin – Refined Intricacy   Renaissance   
  Rollerblade – My first hit   Pepper   
  S Club 7 – Don’t Stop Movin’   Polydor   
  Sandstorm – Oomba   Credence   
  Santos – 321-Fire   Incentive   
  Schiller – Das Glockenspeil   MOS   
  Shawn Astrom -Bringing out the Love   Level Recordings   
  Tata Box Inhibitors – Freet   Hooj Choons   
  TDR – Squelch   Spot On   
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Last updated: 16.01.2005

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