Top Scott Brown Albums
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Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 7 (DJ MIX)
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 7 (DJ MIX)
[2020]
Future Progression
Future Progression
[2020]
Now is the time, 02-03 (DJ MIX)
Now is the time, 02-03 (DJ MIX)
[2019]
Now Is the Time 1999 (DJ MIX)
Now Is the Time 1999 (DJ MIX)
[2019]
Evolution Plus Classics, Vol. 3
Evolution Plus Classics, Vol. 3
[2017]
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 4
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 4
[2016]
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 3
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 3
[2016]
Colors
Colors
[2016]
Do What Ya Like! - EP
Do What Ya Like! - EP
[2015]
Gazometer - EP
Gazometer - EP
[2015]
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 2
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 2
[2015]
Evolution Plus Classics, Vol.2
Evolution Plus Classics, Vol.2
[2015]
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 1
Evolution Records Hardcore Classics, Vol. 1
[2015]
Evolution Plus Classics (Mixed by Scott Brown)
Evolution Plus Classics (Mixed by Scott Brown)
[2014]
Evolution 100 Vol 4 - EP
Evolution 100 Vol 4 - EP
[2011]
Life On My Own
Life On My Own
[2011]
Evolution 100, Vol. 3 - EP
Evolution 100, Vol. 3 - EP
[2011]
Evolution 100 Vol 2 - EP
Evolution 100 Vol 2 - EP
[2011]
Evolution 100, Vol. 1 - EP
Evolution 100, Vol. 1 - EP
[2011]
King of the Beats - EP
King of the Beats - EP
[2011]
Hardcore Classics
Hardcore Classics
[2009]
His Old to His New
His Old to His New
[2007]
Flavors
Flavors
[2007]
The Buckfast Experience - EP
The Buckfast Experience - EP
[2001]
Return To Elysium / Ignition - EP
Return To Elysium / Ignition - EP
[2000]
Related Information for Scott Brown
Brown makes, and plays, rave music of a variety of genres. Although he is most associated with bouncy techno, his music ranges from happy hardcore, through hardcore trance, to gabber.He was heavily involved in the evolution of the UK's hardcore techno scene from the early 1990s, in particular introducing the harder-edged sounds of Belgian and Dutch techno to the UK, and taking the Scottish sounds to Europe. A more detailed background of Brown's music style is given at bouncy techno.Brown had produced music on his own record labels (Evolution Records, Evolution Plus, Evolve, 23rd Precinct Music, Evolution Gold, Poosh, Screwdriver and Twisted Vinyl), and under a range of monikers including Plus System, and with his band Q-Tex. In pa... read more