Scott Lewis has been a regular on the scene since he started DJing in 1997. In 2007, Scott chalked up appearances as the resident at the Circus and Chibuku afterparties in Liverpool, playing alongside Yousef, Green Velvet, Jesse Rose and Claude Von Stroke among many others; impressing the masses with energetic mixes across the darker shades of house.
In April 2007 he won the iDJ Raw Talent competition, with iDJ calling the mix, an hour of the type of mean and jacking techno, electro, acid and dirty house that strobes and sweaty cellars are made for and receiving plaudits from judge, Nic Fanciulli along the way.
Rapidly becoming one of Liverpool's rising stars, 2008 saw him notch up slots at legendary club night Circus, including their 6th birthday at the infamous Nation, the spiritual home of Cream, as well as at a clutch of the most innovative and exciting club nights the city boasted.
From there, Scott became a regular fixture at Circus and he became one of the residents in 2010, playing alongside, and warming up for, a whos who of the dance scene including Yousef, Steve Lawler, Ricardo Villalobos, John Digweed, Luciano, Tim Green, Derrick Carter, Claude Von Stroke, Paul Woolford and Heidi to name just a few. He also kicked off proceedings in the legendary Courtyard at Nation when Cocoon came to town, as well as playing at the epic Radio 1 500th Essential Mix Party on the same bill as Richie Hawtin, Sasha and Pete Tong.
Playing house with a relentless solid groove, he has forged an inimitable style of his own and has the ability to mould a crowd early on and set the vibe for the night as well as create mayhem at peak times.