Launching an attack on the UK hard-dance scene, Scot Project AKA Frank Zenker has been creating waves around clubland with appearances at Godskitchen, Gatecrasher, Slinky, Global Gathering, Homelands, Dance Valley, Energy and manymore festivals and clu..
Scot Project"s profile has skyrocketed since 2002 and his highest new entry in the 2002 DJ Magazine Top 100". Launching an attack on the UK hard-dance scene, Scot Project AKA Frank Zenker has been creating waves around clubland with appearances at Godskitchen, Gatecrasher, Slinky, Global Gathering, Homelands, Dance Valley, Energy and manymore festivals and clubs around the globe. Boasting a string of sensational production and remix projects, Scot Project is set to follow this success during 2003 with his stunning debut album. Having learned to mix at the age of 13, Scot Project got his first break in 1986 playing breakbeat in a youth club. When the acid house movement hit in 1988 Scot Project was hooked on the sound and possibilities that the world's biggest youth culture offered. By 1990 he was a resident of several clubs in and around Frankfurt and could be found spending his pay cheques on a small but potent studio.
Scot Project's first track 'X' was released on Overdose shortly after, followed closely by the hugely successful 'U [I Got A Feeling]', which was released on Overdose / Positiva and charted throughout Europe. Soon Scot Project relinquished his residencies to tour the USA, Canada, Brazil, Russia and Europe, developing a loyal fan base across the Globe. Scot Project describes his style as; "a combination of hard percussive elements mixed with melodic trance melodies coming in at the break, the perfect combination of sugar and spice!". Having established himself as one of the big names in hard dance, DJ Scot Project was offered a plethora of remixes, including Pulse, Fog, Area and Intercord among others. Most recently, he enjoyed massive success in the UK during 2001, applying the midas touch to; 'Firewire'. "Scot Project twiddles the knobs on this hard house hymn to his favourite computer programmer and comes up with an anthem so mindless it truly is a thing of beauty" - Mixmag April 2001.
Firewire went onto become one of hard dance's most timeless and instantly recognisable tunes. A year on from his breakthrough, Scot Project is steering away from remix work to concentrate on producing new tracks for his debut album on Overdose.
Scot Project's abrasive, transcendent style has certainly won him plenty of fans in the UK, where there is no shortage of demand for his futuristic sets from clubs and clubbers alike. A series of stunning productions and infectious DJ skills will ensure his continued success at the forefront of hard dance music.