DJ Hazard (musician)

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Dj Hazard
Birth name Scott Molloy
Also known as Dirty Harry
Born 1977 (age 39–40)
Origin Birmingham, England
Genres Drum and bass
Occupation(s) songwriter, musician, audio mixing, record producer, DJ
Years active 1999–present
Labels Real Playaz, Ganja Records, Frontline Records, Playaz Digital
Associated acts DJ Hype, DJ Zinc, Sub Zero, Original Sin, Ganja Kru

Scott Molloy (born 1977) known by his stage name DJ Hazard is a drum & bass DJ and producer from Birmingham.[1]

Biography[edit]

He is part of the True Playaz & Ganja Records label and also releases songs under his alias Dirty Harry and Vague through his own record company Radius Recordings.[1] Originally noticed by DJ Hype while producing tracks for DJ SS' Formation Records he soon signed for Playaz Recordings. `On the 4th March, 2017 he won the Best DJ Award at the Drum and Bass Awards at Donington Park beating Andy C who has held it concurrently for every year forever!

DJ Hazard can be usually found on the last Friday of every month, at the FabricLive Playaz night at Fabric, Farringdon, London.

He has 2 children.[2]

Chart placings[edit]

  • Cola Cube / Ninja Technique reached 21 on the UK Indie Chart on 2 September 2006.[3]
  • Busted reached 24 on the UK indie chart on 2 June 2007.[4]
  • Mr. Happy (with Distorted Minds) reached 19 on the UK indie chart on 13 October 2007.[5]

Discography[edit]

Whilst producing for Playaz Recordings Hazard has produced numerous EPs such as 'Busted / 0121' in 2007, 'Mr Happy / Super Drunk' with Distorted Minds in 2007, 'Machete Bass - EP' featuring the song 'Killers Don't Die' in 2008, 'The Platinum Shadows - EP' featuring the song 'Psychedelic' in 2010, 'Never The Same - EP' featuring the songs 'Air Guitar' & 'It's A Secret' and finally the 'Time Tripping / Digital Bumble Bees - Single'. Hazard's most notable EP was the 'Bricks Don't Roll - EP' released in 2014 featuring the song 'Bricks Don't Roll' which is, still to date, one of the most well known jump up drum and bass songs.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About DJ Hazard". Archived from the original on 10 November 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  2. ^ http://dnbdose.com/artist-interview-dj-hazard/
  3. ^ Charts Plus, issue 262
  4. ^ Charts Plus, issue 301
  5. ^ Charts Plus, issue 320
  6. ^ http://playaz.co.uk/store/dj-hazard-bricks-dont-roll-ep/