One of the most successful DJs in the world, Simon Patterson, showed himself at the age of nineteen when he appeared in London. He is from Belfast. In the UK capital, he met an Italian DJ and producer, Dino Lenny. He assisted the master in releasing records on Age One Records. He was noticed by label manager Dave Lambert and invited him to his place. Residents of BBC Radio 1 Seb Fontaine and Judge Jules drew attention to him.
He began to work as a sound engineer on the programs of leading DJs. At this studio, he met Richard Kayvan and they jointly organized the Dogzilla project. The original music they create is an organic combination of hard rock and dance music. The eponymous track was released in 2003 and became the soundtrack to the popular film The Football Factory. Subsequent compositions significantly consolidated the success. By this time, he firmly decided to continue his solo career and completely surrendered to this idea.
In 2006, Simon wrote his first successful song - “F16”. The name itself speaks of energy and speed. He is noticed by the world music community. In the same year he receives an award from the M8 Magazine. It is called "One of the brightest names of the year." He becomes a welcome guest at numerous festivals that take place on various continents and in various countries.
His remix on Sam Sharp “Roundabout” was released in 2009, which many liked and was released as a separate release. And this is his recognition as a true professional. In 2009, he performed in Russia, in front of a large audience of his fans, and defended his privileges at the GlobalGathering Russia festival. And he successfully defends them. He is voting on the “Top 100 Arminfan DJs”. In 2013, he won 43rd place, and a year later - 44th.
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