Putting the drum back into drum & bass, 27 year old Neo-Viennesse player Paul SG was hitting the rhythm stick from an early age. Classical and modern, Paul’s drum devotion began almost 20 years ago and has embraced all forms of percussive platforms along the way. Grunge bands, jazz combos, orchestras or just good old fashioned jamming; SG’s thirst for rhythm got faster and faster…
Influenced by the musical side of broken beats and drum & bass, People like Kruder and Dorfmeister, Paul began DJing at the age of 21 and in 2005 he took his first tentative steps into music production. Releases on labels like Phunkfiction, Innerground, Fokuz, Keynote, Influenza Media and Santorin followed, catching the ears of some of the biggest international D&B dons. Not least a certain LTJ Bukem.[button link=”http://www.fabriclondon.com/blog/view/introducing-paul-sg-and-his-fabriclive-x-bukem-in-session-mix” color=”#dc0303″ size=”3″ style=”1″ dark=”0″ radius=”auto” target=”blank”]Fabric Mix[/button]
SG’s jazz-inflected vibes and Moogy basslines sang to Bukem, and it was wasn’t long before the liquid innovator began playing Paul’s platters on a weekly basis. Now, with three tracks on Bukem’s Fabriclive 46 compilation, the whole world is becoming acquainted with his slick, jazzy & soulful sounds and the future’s looking bright.
He finished his first album, is busy DJ-ing all over Europe, permanent in the Studio & promoting his Label!
Currently collaborating with Furney, Andy Sim, Decon, Clart, Locksmith and vocalists Pouya and Grimm, Paul promises plenty more bombs over the coming months. Now at the helm of his very own label Jazzsticks Recordings & Key Member of the new Good Looking roster.