Previously uploaded on my original channel - 12 June 2009 as part of
Frobb'z 2nd Friday Free-Some: Part 3.
A triptych from Delsin II. A two CD Compilation of various artistes [76dsr/var-cd4].released May 2009.
Vince Watson smoothing things out with his mellow composition - "Solitude". The track is also available on Vince's album 'The eMotion Sequence' [60 dsr/vws-cd1]. Nov 2006.
From the age of 7, Vince Watson was heading towards his ambition of making Electronic Music.
Thru Early Pioneers like Jean Michel Jarre and Herbie Hancock to Genres like Hiphop and House, there was always a passion and a direction towards Detroit Techno and the Scene around it.
Graduating in 1993 in Music Technology gave Vince the platform to develop his sound and it wasn't long until the demo's were sent out. Dave Angel's Rotation label was the first to receive one, and in accepting gave Vince his first contract and release.
A residency in Glasgow's Arena nightclub was the start of his experience on the scene and played alongside Jeff Mills, Luke Slater, Kenny Larkin and Mixx Djax to name but a few.
With his love of both House and Techno, it was always a challenge to marry the 2 styles, but Alola Records gave him the chance to do so and in 1999 Vince released his first album 'Biologique'. The modern classic 'Mystical Rhythm' was the standout track, and even to this day is being played and licensed by the best artists in the business including Francois Kevorkian and Joe Claussell.
His second album on Alola 'Moments in Time' was also released on Legendary New York House Label Ibadan.
Vince set up his own label Bio Music in 2000 and has featured Artists such as Steve Rachmad, Joris Voorn, Deetron and Ben Sims. The label has been licensed to compilations from Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier, Brandon Block, Danny Howells amongst others
Currently Vince is recording for labels such as Planet e, Delsin, Mule and his new upcoming Inertia imprint.
Vince is also completing his 2nd single for Planet e.
Label started in 1996 by Peel Seamus. In the past responsible for introduction of artists as CiM, Aardvarck, Newworldaquarium, D5, Yotoko and Dynarec. And releasing albums by Optic Nerve, Future Beat Alliance and $tinkworx. Around for over ten years, covering all genres, from deep electronica by CiM, Norken and Lucky&Easy, to deep house by Newworldaquarium and Dj Yoav B, jazzy beats by Aardvarck and Yotoko, to more electro things by Dynarec and Stinkworx.
2006 saw the introduction of new talents as Redshape and Quince, and releases by artists like Vince Watson, D5, Taho and Shed. Since the 50th release, 'Planet Delsin', concentrating more on the dancefloor side of things - all oriented Deep Techno, Neo-Detroit, Post-Detroit, Technosoul, whatever they call it.. To quote UKs Dj Magazine: 'There is no doubt that Delsin is the real flagbearer of the Motor City's techno heritage.'