Doctor P

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Doctor P
Birth name Shaun Brockhurst
Also known as DJ Picto, Slum Dogz, Sounds Destructive, Picto
Born (1986-04-09) 9 April 1986 (age 28)
Genres Dubstep, drum and bass, glitch hop, moombahton, moombahcore
Occupation(s) Producer, DJ
Instruments Music Sequencer, Sampler, Synthesiser, Drum Machine, Personal Computer, Turntables
Labels Circus Records, Big Beat Records, Atlantic Records
Associated acts Flux Pavilion, Swan-E, Trolley Snatcha, Caspa, FuntCase, Cookie Monsta, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Jenna G, Mizuki, Dillon Francis, Ce'Cile, Eva Simons
Website www.facebook.com/doctorpcircus

Doctor P is the stage name of the English dubstep producer and DJ, Shaun Brockhurst (born 9 April 1986). Shaun has also produced drum and bass under the aliases Sounds Destructive (with Zachary Kemp, currently known as Trolley Snatcha), Slum Dogz (with DJ Swan-E and Krafty MC) and DJ Picto (or simply Picto). Some of his songs, including "Sweet Shop", "Tetris", "Big Boss", "Watch Out" and the remixes of Example's "Last Ones Standing" and Plan B's "Love Goes Down" have all received more than 2 million views on YouTube.[1] He is the co-founder of Circus Records, along with Flux Pavilion, DJ Swan-E and Earl Falconer.[1]

In an interview, Doctor P stated that the "P" in his name stands for Picto, which is the alias he used when he produced drum & bass. Picto was a nickname his friends gave him.[2]

In a February 2013 interview, Doctor P said that a Method Man collaboration would be coming on the next release (which came to be a collaboration with Adam F called "The Pit", released 28 October 2013), as well as a track with Eva Simons.[3] "The Pit" was used in a trailer for the 2014 American comedy film Let's Be Cops.

Discography[edit]

Releases[edit]

  • "Air Raid" (with Flux Pavilion) [Circus, 21 September 2009]
  • "Rasputins Gold" [Circus, 30 November 2009]
  • "Sweet Shop" / "Gargoyle" [Circus, 4 February 2010]
  • "Stinkfinger" (with Flux Pavilion) [XS Dubz, June 2010]
  • "Badman Sound" [Dub Police, 28 June 2010]
  • "Vampire Dub" [Circus, 9 August 2010]
  • "Sweet Shop" (Come Follow Me Mix) (Doctor P vs. P Money) [Circus, 23 August 2010]
  • "Sweet Shop" (Flux Pavilion Remix) [Circus, 23 August 2010]
  • "Sweet Shop" (Friction vs. Camo & Krooked DnB Mix) [Circus, 4 October 2010]
  • "Big Boss" / "Black Books (featuring RSK)" [Circus, 8 November 2010]
  • "Watch Out" [Circus, 2011]
  • Circus One (presented by Doctor P & Flux Pavilion) [Circus / UKF, 1 May 2011]
  • "Tetris" [Circus, 13 June 2011] (UK chart peak: #185)[4]
  • "Superbad" (with Flux Pavilion) [Circus / Big Beat / Warner Music, 13 December 2011][5]
  • "Neon" (featuring Jenna G) [Circus, 13 January 2012][6]
  • "Music Is Dead" (with Dillon Francis) [Circus, 11 June 2012]
  • "Galaxies & Stars" (featuring Ce'Cile) [Circus / Big Beat, 2012]
  • "Bulletproof" (featuring Eva Simons) [Circus / Big Beat, 2012]
  • Animal Vegetable Mineral - Part 1 [Circus / Big Beat / Warner Music, 30 August 2012]
  • "The Champagne Böp" [Circus / Big Beat, 24 June 2013]
  • "The Pit" (with Adam F featuring Method Man) [Circus, 28 October 2013]
  • "Shishkabob" [Free Download via Mixmag, 3 December 2013]

Remixes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b DJ Pdex. "Features: Doctor P Interview". Kmag. Archived from the original on 21 May 2011. 
  2. ^ ElectroJams (August 2009). "Interview with Doctor P"
  3. ^ "Interview"
  4. ^ http://www.zobbel.de/cluk/110625cluk.txt
  5. ^ "Superbad - Single by Flux Pavilion & Doctor P". iTunes. 
  6. ^ "Neon (Remixes) [feat. Jenna G] - EP by Doctor P". iTunes. 

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