Born in Bristol and raised on a healthy diet of classical music (european and asian), hip hop, and rnb.  Bearface was part of the acid jazz scene as a percussionist. He moved to London in the late nineties where house music was the flavour of the clubs; this was the ignition switch for a decade of electronic musical pursuits.

After 10 years of producing records and being featured on labels such as Stealth, Defected and Vendetta records with Bana Kuba (a partnership with Dj Max Mistry)

Bearface is born.

'Hausmarchen', the first release on Bearface's own label, Beartone records, recently attracted the attention of many artists in the dance world. Danny Tenaglia was one of those giving his support. Attracted by the deep 90's style chugger that utilisessamples from old Bollywood records.  It's appeal even reached South Africa;  "FUCK YEAH HOUSE MUSIC. Hausmarchen is a madness! Playing this on 5FM (SA) and in my sets without a doubt." - Das Kapital (DK) (Das We Trust - 5FM), South Africa

Thus followed a number of successful releases; 'love ya', 'Mumbai hustle' and the Ibiza supermarket inspired 'Supermercado' which gained the praises of James Zabeila, 

What followed was a three month residency in New York. Taking inspiration from his time at Le Baron club, Bearface was to produce two dance floor bangers. 'Elevator' and 'Was what?'.  Again worldwide support, including USA;  "still hammering Tuba all over the place, love this" - Justin Sloe / Droog (USA), "Pick up the whole ep!" - Todd Edwards (USA), "My four stars goes to What Was which is a killer dance floor track." - Quentin Harris, (USA).

Choice remixing proved to be successful for Bearface, his arrival on the on the 'go to artist' remix list cemented by having his remix of Rami Ali's 'Forget' being played at ADE 2013 by Roger Sanchez and Kenny 'Dope' Gonzales at the official closing party.

Deciding to keep things deep and experimental 'Tuba' is created.  A retro sounding house track with sampled voice from a 1970's bollywood soundtrack.  This piece of music resonated with the big players and also with up and coming artist and a new generation of fans who want an alternative to the commercial sounding EDM.

“Wicked deep groover to get lost to” - Hector Romero
“sick groove love dis” - Mr G
“Great” - Todd Edwards

'Ear' the first album from Bearface see it's release in March 2014.  The album launch was accompanied by a party in West London's Portobello dock, a venue regularly used to host the Beartone records parties.  A popular event used to showcase

"Wicked club cuts. Thank you! " -James Zabiela

"top selection of trax, included in a tech house podcast ive done, so much quality recently fav of these is what was and elevator, reminds me of early bleepy techno" - Revival88

"Great selection of killer cuts!" - Mole & Aya

Currently on the boil after simmering over the summer is 'Dalt Vila' a track inspired by the famous monument of the same name in Ibiza town.  A venue used to host many of dance music's most prestigious events.  The support received was again unparalleled with airplay on BBC Radio 1 in the uk;

"love this" Skream / Magnetic Man (BBC Radio 1)
"Really like this one! " - Audiojack (Ibiza Sonica)
"love this, super sleezy, low slung brilliance" Tom Findlay / Groove Armada
"Wicked phatness for the floor" - James Zabiela 

With new music being released on all formats including vinyl, Bearface is definitely an artist to look out for in 2015.



Dee Scott

Dee Scott is a London based female Dj/producer. Djing from the age of 14 Dee has played all over the world including South Africa, Turkey and Mexico. London is her base and she is currently in the process of producing her debut record.







Rami Ali

Raised in London, Born in Baghdad. RaMI grew up with DnB and the underground party scene.

His love for everything electronic started to grow and he got into the house scene.

“Spent alot of my time on the weekends going to warehouse parties and dancing to house”.

He got his home studio setup and hasn’t looked back since. Perfecting his craftand creating a unique style with influences such as Queen, Kool and the Gang, Pink Floyd, Groove Armada, Basement Jaxx, Azari & III and a whole load of old skool music, his sound is versatile and rich in musicality.



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