Bottom Line Records owner Edward Goltsman started his music education at the age of 6 in Moscow Russia and continued it in the USA at Berklee College of Music. In the 80s he worked as a professional keyboard player in NY with funk, jazz, gospel and top 40 bands. At that time he also started producing records. The first few singles that he produced were hip-hop and gospel, but after he was introduced to NY dance club scene, he started writing and producing house music with successful releases on labels like Emergency, Atlantic, Select, Mic Mac, Jump Street, Supertronics, Quark, Sutra and others. At the same time he started DJing and doing guest appearances at some of the major clubs all over NY City. In 1990 Edward Goltsman started his own label, Bottom Line Records, that quickly became a household name among the lovers of Garage House. He became very popular as a producer/DJ around the world, particularly in the United Kingdom. There were 78 releases on Bottom Line Records of which Ed produced about 60. He's licensed the tracks all over the world to labels like: ZYX, Kicking, Moonshine Music, Street Beat, Esoteric, React, Meldac (Japan), Shock (Australia), General Overseas (South Africa), Pschent, Delabel (France) and many others.
In 1993 Edward Goltsman moved Bottom Line to Florida and in November 96, started a new label, U-Turn Records that specializes in Electro, Funky breaks and Progressive Breaks and House. There were 18 releases on U-Turn Records up to date two of them are full length CDs, Electronica, Vol.1 (mixed by Ed The Red) and "United We Funk" released in March, 2000. These days he spins mostly breaks, progressive house and classic Garage House.