Real Name:
Bruce Forest
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American DJ/producer who replaced the late Tee Scott as the resident DJ at NYC's Better Days, a primarily Black Gay discotheque near Times Square.

His first remix ever was UDM - To Please You from 1982, and he often would do a special mix for the club, run over and play it fresh off the tape to gauge reaction, then go back to the studio to fine tune. He remixed/produced hundreds of records, and was involved in production of the very first Chicago house releases. He moved to the UK in 1989, played guest spots at Astoria, Land of Oz and other London venues. He lived across the street from SARM West studios in London, bringing a NY feel to British artists like Elton John and Paul McCartney, while still making serious club records for Virgin's More Protein label.

He was married in 1991, and decided to leave music production in 1994 to go full time into digital media technology, specifically music and film distribution on the net. He moved back to the States in 1995, and he still loves to go back to his DJ roots.
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Bruce Forest Discography Tracks

MXU-008 Bruce Forest - Most Excellent Breaks, Beats & Loops Volume 2 album art Various Street Break Various - Most Excellent Breaks, Beats & Loops Volume 2(12") Most Excellent Unlimited MXU-008 US 2017 Sell This Version