Life pulsates with rhythm and movement. In 1994, while living in Dallas, Texas, Edward Scott aka Spettro first made this conceptual connection between music, dance, and life through the sounds of house and techno music. Feeling at peace in a crowd that openly expressed their love for the music, Spettro knew instantly that music was going to be a major part of his life.
Spettro’s early DJ and production careers were launched in San Antonio, TX, where he attended St. Mary’s University. In his first years of DJing, Spettro began learning music production techniques. By the time he graduated in 2000, he was producing music full-time.
Spettro’s early house productions (released 2002 to 2005, also under monikers Green Thumb, Antoine Diego and Green Bowl Packers) were successfully licensed to compilations by Defected, Renaissance, and OM Records by DJs such as Miguel Migs, DJ Sneak, and Hernan Catteneo, respectively.
Always looking to broaden his musical perspective, Spettro diversifies his live sets with techno and tribal beats – “I’m such a techno head these days. I always play to the crowd, and I love playing all kinds of dance music – especially when I play long sets,” says Spettro.