Simon Patterson

Simon Oliver Patterson

Also known as Patterson, S. Patterson, Simon, Simon Petterson
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.djsimonpatterson.com/, http://www.facebook.com/djsimonpatterson, http://www.myspace.com/simonpatterson, http://twitter.com/sipatterson, http://soundcloud.com/SimonPatterson, http://www.youtube.com/djsipatterson, http://www.mixcloud.com/simonpatterson/, http://instagram.com/DJSimonPatterson

Discography of Simon Patterson:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 F16 3 Audio 2006-04-10 2 Play Records
2 F-16 / The Navigator 2 Audio 2006-10-00 2 Play Records
3 Panic Attack / Strip Search 2 Audio 2007-04-00 2 Play Records
4 Bulldozer / We'll See 2 Audio 2007-09-10 Reset Records (3)
5 Smack / Whatever It Takes 2 Audio 2008-04-18 Reset Records (3)
6 Smack & Whatever It Takes 2 Audio 2008-05-00 Reset Records (3)
7 F-16 2 Audio 2006 Spinnin' Records
8 Somethin's Up & Us 3 Audio 2008-07-25 Reset Records (3)
9 Somethin's Up 3 Audio 2008-08-15 Reset Records (3)
10 Us 2 Audio 2008-08-22 Reset Records (3)
11 Different Feeling 2 Audio 2008-11-21 Doorn Records
12 Different Feeling 2 Audio 2008-11-00 Doorn Records
13 Thump / F16 2 Audio 2009-02-02 Reset Records (3)
14 Thump 3 Audio 2009-01-30 Reset Records (3)
15 Thump (Roy Thompson Remix) 3 Audio 2009-02-23 Reset Records (3)
16 F-16 2 Audio 2007 2 Play Records
17 Different Feeling 2 Audio 2008 Doorn Records
18 Something's Up 3 Audio 2008 Reset Records (3)
19 Bulldozer / We'll See 2 Audio 2007-09-00 Reset Records (3)
20 For The Most Part 3 Audio 2009-06-30 Reset Records (3)
21 For The Most Part (Marcus Schossow Remix) 3 Audio 2009-08-10 Reset Records (3)
22 For The Most Part 2 Audio 2009-07-06 Reset Records (3)
23 Always 3 Audio 2009-09-15 Reset Records (3)
24 Euphoria: Trance Awards 2009 44 Audio 2009-10-12 Ministry Of Sound
25 Tornado / Always 3 Audio 2009-10-20
26 Taxi 3 Audio 2010-04-06 Reset Records (3)
27 Taxi / Trinity 2 Audio 2010-04-12
28 Techno Club Vol. 32 30 Audio 2010-04-09 Klubbstyle Media
29 Thump 3 Audio 2009 Reset Records (3)
30 Mood Swing 3 Audio 2011-01-11 Reset Records (3)
31 Latika 3 Audio 2011-05-02 Night Vision (2)
32 Latika 3 Audio 2011-05-02 Night Vision (2)
33 F16 (Nick Callaghan & Will Atkinson 2011 Remix) 3 Audio 2011-05-30 Night Vision (2)
34 F16 (Nick Callaghan & Will Atkinson 2011 Remix) 3 Audio 2011-05-30 Night Vision (2)
35 Come To Me 3 Audio 2011-08-01 Night Vision (2)
36 Panic Attack / Strip Search 2 Audio 2007-04-16 2 Play Records
37 Keep Quiet 3 Audio 2011-08-22 Night Vision (2)
38 One Solid Wave/Pleasure Island/Bulldozer/We'll See 4 Audio 2009-04-15 Not On Label (Sampler Series)
39 So What 3 Audio 2012-03-26 Night Vision (2)
40 We'll See (Paul Webster Remix) 3 Audio 2012-04-23 Night Vision (2)
41 We'll See (Paul Webster Remix) 3 Audio 2012-04-23 Night Vision (2)
42 Trance Energy Australia 2009 42 Audio 2009-04-07 GENERATIONEXT
43 Within 3 Audio 2012-07-30 Night Vision (2)
44 Here & Now 2 Audio 2012-09-10 Night Vision (2)
45 Always (Jordan Suckley Remix) 3 Audio 2012-10-01 Night Vision (2)
46 Here & Now 3 Audio 2012-08-27 Night Vision (2)
47 F-16 2 Audio 2006-04-10 2 Play Records
48 Grudge Thump (Mike Wind Mashup) 3 Audio 2011-12-14 Not On Label (Jordan Suckley Self-released)
49 Vanilla 3 Audio 2013-04-01 Reset Records (3)
50 Thump (Simon Patterson 2013 Remix) 3 Audio 2013-05-27 Reset Records (3)


British Tech-Trance DJ & producer hailing from Belfast and based in London.

He got his first break at the age of 19 when he was asked by top Italian DJ & producer [a=Dino Lenny] to run his new labels – [l=Age One Records] and [l=B Sorted Records]. He then went on to work alongside Dave Lambert at top Universal dance label [l=AM:PM], which led to him being approached by head A&R man [a=Nick Halkes] to work with him on his new Ministry Of Sound label – [l=Incentive] Records. In the summer of 2001, BBC Radio 1 DJ [a=Seb Fontaine] approached Simon to handle his A&R, which led to his current position as A&R for [a=Judge Jules], in which he has helped to find and break some of the biggest dance records of 2003 and 2004.

Simon began playing out in 2000 and was rapidly making a name for himself in clubland. He was resident for Serious @ The Cross in London and his rising reputation as a producer created a stir amongst promoters and clubbers alike. Simon also co-hosted a bi-weekly radio show on Ministry Of Sound Radio and was included in February issue of Mixmag as 'one DJ' to watch in 2004. From 2003 to 2007 he had massive success as one half of the group [a=Dogzilla] with [a=Richie Kayvan]. In 2008 Patterson left the group to focus on his solo career.


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