Audiophile Music Group

Steve O’Sullivan

Known for his dubbed out grooves it is no surprise that Steve’s early years were filled with dub, reggae and electro. West London was his musical kindergarten with late 80s house and 90s techno providing his college education.
Hearing Robert Hood for the first time in the early 90s was the moment that Steve’s love for minimal techno was given purpose and by 1996 he had firmly established himself as one of the rising names in the UK underground techno scene.
Releases on Ferox, Soma and his own Bluespirit , Bluetrain and Mosaic labels brought attention from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Sven Vath and Ritchie Hawtin and by 1998 Steve was taking his Mosaic showcase on the road to the likes of Robert Johnson and The End.

Steve produces slowly evolving, very minimal, soulful club tracks showing his love for subtle sounds and dub effects. His lengthy discography includes collaborations with Ricardo Villalobos and Ben Sims, remixes for Steve Bug and Sven Vath and several contributions to Ritchie Hawtin's groundbreaking "DE9: Closer to the Edit."

Steve is the owner of the respected Mosaic label, which offers a sound between house and techno and features, apart from his own productions, releases and remixes from Steve Bug, Baby Ford, Mr C, John Tejada, Roman Flugel, Mark Broom, DeepChord and Ricardo Villalobos, to name just a few.

Steve O’Sullivan Releases