Simon knew from an early age he’d always be involved with music. When he was only 2 years old he refused to sleep in a bed, instead choosing to sleep in a big bass drum his old grandad had given him at xmas.
As Simon grew so did his love of drums and bass, in his teens Simon travelled to Latvia, home of breakbeat where he discovered a love for the Amen Break and bought it back to the UK where it soon spawned a million tracks and launched a movement that would last decades.
Having bought breaks to the UK Simon didn’t stop there and was soon introducing flute trance to Birmingham, as well as some Hungarian trip hop flavours to Brighton that spawned numerous number 1 hits.
Disillusioned with the lack of praise he was getting for his musical influences Simon decided to launch the UKs oldest independent music station, with live DJs from 18:00 onwards every day of the week and has already set the ball rolling on making Trax one of the biggest influences on the music scene with live events and shows planned for 2024 and beyond.
Keep it Trax