Scot Project is one of very few artists whose musical style is clearly recognizable throughout the dance music world. His signature sound has helped create the harder side of the Trance genre, and is now on the forefront of the Tech-Trance movement.
His unique combination of percussive elements mixed with melodic trance rhythms, has made him one of the most successful DJs/Producers in the world, and is widely referred to as the founding father of Hard Trance. Simply put, Scot Project is without a doubt, a legend in the world of electronic dance music.
With regular performances at legendary clubs and festivals all over the planet such as Trance Energy, Sensation, Planet Love, Godskitchen, Gatecrasher, Slinky, Dance Valley, Mystery Land, Defqon, Global Gathering, Homelands, Coach, Avalon, Airport, Space, Judgment Sunday, Zurich Street Parade, The Guvernent, and too many more to list, Scot Project continues a consistent delivery of his very unique sound at the worlds most highly coveted venues.
Learning to mix at the age of 13, Frank Zenker aka Scot Project got his first break in 1986 playing break-beat in a youth club. When the acid house movement hit in 1988 Scot Project was hooked. By 1990 he was a resident of several clubs in and around Frankfurt and was spending his paychecks on a small but potent studio.
His first track X was released on Overdose in 1994, shortly after followed closely by the hugely successful U I Got a Feeling, on Overdose / Positiva which charted throughout Europe. Since then, Scot Project has established himself as one of the biggest producers of Tech-Trance music, with a plethora of remixes and hit productions including mega hits: Y How deep is your love, F Future in now, O - Overdrive, R - Rock, and And remixes such as Second Trip / Hennes & Cold, Fire Wire / Cosmic Gate and Ding-A-Ling / Yoji Biomehanika, all of which stormed UK and international dance charts. Under his other production name: Arome we have seen such successful releases as Visions of Paradise, Hands Up, and more.
Despite his non-stop tour schedule, Scot always found time to twiddle plenty of knobs in the studio. His melodic dance floor ripper L - Want Your Love booted Eric Prydz's number one tune Call on me off the top spot of Discomania's 2004 yearly sales chart. The tune also ousted Mylo's Drop The Pressure and Deep Dish's Flashdance from the top of the German-based chart, with both Judge Jules and Fergie nearly wearing out their copies on their BBC Radio 1 shows.
In 2007 we caught a glimpse of another side of Scot Project when he delivered us a plethora of his special For promotion only remixes. The dreadlocked wonder dove head first into remixing some of the worlds biggest dance music hits, which exposed him to a whole new collection of fans. He also released TOCS 2 on Druck Records in the later part of 2007 to follow up his massive Hit TOCS 1. Before its release it was already receiving the support of todays biggest dance musics names. And within the first week of release, it rocketed up the charts in many of the legal online MP3 download portals into the top 5 most downloaded tracks.
After fifteen years of top-notch studio production and crowd-pleasing DJ sets, its no wonder why Scot Project is one of the worlds most loved and respected Dance artists, and is regarded to as a legend in the world of electronic dance music.