In 1994 Scott Ferguson was introduced to the House & Techno scene in Detroit, Michigan. By the next year Ferguson began Deejaying and consuming a wide range of vinyl records which included, Detroit & Chicago House, Detroit Techno, Disco, & Funk. On the recommendation of UR founder 'Mad' Mike Banks, Ferguson purchased the Ensoniq ASR-10 in 1998. The ASR workstation would become the most integral part of his sample heavy, filtered down sound. Ferguson has released records on his own imprint as well as, Kenny Dixon Jr.’s 'Mahogani Music' & Reggie Doke’s 'Psychostatia Recordings'. In 2012 Ferguson started two new projects, the 'Black Boxx' project using only 3 black hardware boxes to compose simple, yet effective, loop based machine music and JBSF with fellow DJ/Producer Jitterbug.