Steve Bicknell

Steve Bicknell

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Steve Bicknell
In the late ’80s, London-based Steve Bicknell was resident DJ at the Energy raves, participating in many of the defining events in UK club culture’s history. Steve and Sheree Rashit run the now legendary LOST events which influenced a whole generation of British electronic musicians, Steve has DJ-ed at events throughout Europe, Japan, Australia and America, including The Rex, Liquid Rooms, Sonar Festival, Tribal Gathering, Tresor, Bugged Out, Berghain, Eleven and Fabric

As a producer, Steve has recorded under his own name and several aliases (The Evader, Kim Bilir, S.B. Project), initially releasing on Perfecto and NovaMute before Steve and Sheree Rashit set up Cosmic records, to release both his own material and that of Jay Denham, Robert Hood, Juan Atkins, DJ Rush, Tyree Cooper, Mark Broom and more. He has remixed tracks for Joey Beltram, Luke Slater, Plastikman, Dj Rush, Hauschka, The Advent and The Drum Club to name a few. In 2015 Steve has released 2 tracks, spread over 2 V/A. EP’s on Ostgut Ton as part of Function’s offical Berghain 07 mix. New Cosmic material as well as a series of remixes are also due to be released this summer.

Forward-thinking and rigorously uncompromising, Steve has remained connected to the roots, putting quality before quantity, innovation before imitation, and sticking firm to ideals and principles – an unswerving, singular vision guided by a deep and enduring devotion to the music that inspires him and a desire to present it in the purest way possible.
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Steve Bicknell Discography


COSCD001 Steve Bicknell Lost Recordings - The Collections(CD, P/Mixed) Cosmic Records COSCD001 UK 2000 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

COS003 S Bicknell* Flame In Darkness EP(12", EP) Cosmic Records COS003 UK 1993 Sell This Version
COS 001 S Bicknell* The Quest EP(12", EP) Cosmic Records COS 001 UK 1993 Sell This Version
COS 002 S Bicknell* The Essence Of Zen EP(12", EP) Cosmic Records COS 002 UK 1993 Sell This Version
COS 003.5 Steve Bicknell The Remix EP (EP) Cosmic Records COS 003.5 UK 1994 Sell This Version
COS-010 S. Bicknell* Lost Recordings #1 - Why? + For Whom? Cosmic Records COS-010 UK 1996 Sell This Version
COS016 S. Bicknell* Lost Recordings #3 - When Things Of The Spirit Come First Cosmic Records COS016 UK 1997 Sell This Version
COS015 S. Bicknell* Lost Recordings #2 - How Can We Know? Cosmic Records COS015 UK 1996 Sell This Version
COS019 S. Bicknell* / Kim Bilir S. Bicknell* / Kim Bilir - Lost Recordings #4 - In Order To Remember One Needs To Know(12") Cosmic Records COS019 UK 1998 Sell This Version
COS 20.5 S. Bicknell* Lost Recordings CD Sampler Cosmic Records COS 20.5 UK 2000 Sell This Version
LR002R S. Bicknell* How Can We Know? Redefined Cosmic Records LR002R UK 2001 Sell This Version
LR001R Steve Bicknell Why? + For Whom? Redefined Cosmic Records LR001R UK 2001 Sell This Version
LCT017R Steve Bicknell Primitive Streak Redefined(12", W/Lbl) Cosmic Records LCT017R UK 2002 Sell This Version
COS027 S. Bicknell* Lost Recordings #5 - When All Is Not? Cosmic Records COS027 UK 2004 Sell This Version
COS019R Steve Bicknell In Order To Remember (Redefined) Cosmic Records COS019R UK 2005 Sell This Version
COS029 Steve Bicknell Lost Recordings #7 - Inchoate Form(12", Promo) Cosmic Records COS029 UK 2005 Sell This Version
COS036 Steve Bicknell Lost Recordings #9: Atonement EP (12", EP) Cosmic Records COS036 UK 2014 Sell This Version
COS035 Steve Bicknell Lost Recordings #8: Transcendence(12") Cosmic Records COS035 UK 2014 Sell This Version
COS037 S. Bicknell* Lost Recordings #10: Sukr EP (12", EP) Cosmic Records COS037 UK 2015 Sell This Version

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March 23, 2010
A true pioneer and producer of UK techno,always coming up with new sounds for the dancefloor.As a DJ Steve is a connoisseur of dance music which pretty much sums up the "Lost" parties,hosted for nearly 20 years by himself and his partner Sheree.
(does anybody remember the Planetary Assault systems "in from the night" remix done by Steve? Where the track has breakdowns he put spinbacks,sounded ace.If released it would have sold thousands of copies at the time,but thats not what Steves about,he's all about "keeping it real" and long may it live.When I asked Steve about that remix he said he gave it to Juan Atkins...oh well


April 7, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
One of the true Gods of minimal techno. His tracks might seem so monotone that they are boring at first but when you listen more closely you discover the man is a genius. The tracks change in a subtle way making them real hypnotic.
If you consider yourself to be a techno dj, Steve Bicknell records should be in your flightcase each and every time.

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