Pathfinders began their career during the transition from analogue to digital in the late 80’s and early 90’s. True pioneers of the modern Deep House sound they helped define alongside first and second wave Chicago House artists.

Their record ‘Can’t Trust Nobody’ featuring Evan Sheare on Active Records in 1992 was regarded by many of their peers as an innovative classic. And their deep rooted sound quickly captivated the attention of heavyweight label Plastic City in the late 90’s. They rose to prominence after releasing their debut ‘Eastbound EP’ on Plastic City in 1999 and were featured on the now cult classic compilation “Plastic City America” in 2001.

Twin brothers Scott and Jon Weiss manipulate the SP1200, cross-faders and turntables direct to tape. The result is a recording that is essentially a live set performed by DJs working in real time. Falling loosely into the category of Deep House, their music is a mixture of warm analogue filters and mind-bending grooves. Throughout their extensive career spanning over three decades, they have shared the decks alongside Josh Wink, Todd Terry and Louie Vega.

1992 Can't Trust Nobody
12" Single
Select Records

1999 Eastbound
12" EP
Plastic City NYC
Undercover Music Group

1999 You Got Me Going
12" Single
Soul Society
Joint Venture

2001 Pushing Harder
12" Single
Society Hill Records
611 Records Philly

2002 G-Pal
CD Comp
Plastic City NYC
Undercover Music Group

2009 Conception Of The Shape, mixed by Greg Parker
"Fine Point"
CD Comp
Plastic City

Pathfinders Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

PLACUSA 021-6 Pathfinders - Running Tolls EP album art Pathfinders Running Tolls EP(12", EP, W/Lbl) Plastic City America PLACUSA 021-6 US 1999 Sell This Version
PLACUS021-6 Pathfinders - Eastbound EP album art Pathfinders Eastbound EP(12") Plastic City America PLACUS021-6 US 1999 Sell This Version