Popular underground lionheart turned Progressive House protagonist Stuart Browne has come to embody the consistent energy of his respective genre. But don’t just take it from us! With appraisal reigning in from Marco V and Paul Thomas alike, Browne’s reign on the big room beat has thrown him to the forefront of a very special movement in British Dance Music. With spots for Funk Farm, Big and Dirty and regular outings for Maquina Music under his belt, the huge production values and promising live endeavours of London’s Stuart Browne, previously solely associated with twofold project Lay and Browne, marks him as a crucial contender to the EDM throne. With 2012 already spelling positive movements for this bawdy big room bandit, you don’t need perfect aural perception to note that Browne means business on his ascent to industrious glory.
Alongside Browne’s ambitious studio output stands a firm nod of approval from some of the industry’s most elite imprints. While High Contrast, In Charge, Big & Dirty, Maquina Music and Dex In The City Recordings have all bowed to his studio dexterity, further remix duties for Paul Thomas’s ‘La Bombo’ alongside Nathan C as well as Marco V’s ‘Unprepared’ with Russell G stirred some positive noise for Browne’s elite Progressive arsenal alongside Daniel Lay as Lay and Browne. But with so much affirmative action behind him, 2012 beckons further landmark releases for Maquina Music as well as a few loud surprises in the pipeline for what promises to be a definitive year for this vivacious British asset.
Having shared the stage with Deadmau5, Nero, Calvin Harris, Paul Thomas, Kim Fai and Riley & Durrant alike, Browne’ strong studio presence has been successfully reflected within his live endeavors. From supreme clubbing hot spot Ministry of Sound for the infamous MAU5TRAP showcase to slots at The Egg for Blow and Kinky Malinki, his prominently loud movements on the London club scene have been eagerly seized by avid clubbers across the capital.
Launching the latest mix series ‘Half An Hour of Power’ for renowned House music blog The House Dan Built in February, Browne intends to bring his eclectic club experience to the airwaves on numerous occasions with that signature peak time persuasion throughout the new year.
As the blue-eyed boy of Maquina’s notably quality-driven House persuasion, Stuart Browne has established himself as a firm favourite amid the UK imprints explosion. Having already donned the unforgettable ‘Ketosis’ to the labels ADE 2011 EP and blistering anthems ‘Larynx’ and ‘Operatic’ amid the hysteria of Miami WMC 2011, the New Year promises further installments from Britain’s fastest rising Progressive House asset as he continues to fuel the nations favourite underground label.