SoCal veteran DJ/Producer/Promoter Nonfiction debuts on GLA Recordings with his “On the Subway” project! His OG Hip Hop roots shine through on this gritty, funky and soulful trip into the mind of one the most originals voices the OC underground has ever produced. As a shining beacon to all top house DJs for nearly 2 decades, his Focus OC night alongside partner Josh Billings has exposed his ears and his audience to the best the scene has to offer.
This 2 track offering is another chapter in his musical trip. Nonfiction started his dj career as a mobile hip hop dj back in 1997 when he moved from Los Angeles to Orange County. Devoted 5 of his years to learning the essentials (beat matching, phrasing scratching/turntablism), playing local house parties and clubs. As time went by he felt the itch to be more of a performer than a “human jukebox.” Having had a close connection with house music and techno since the early 90’s…the transition from hip hop to house was a natural one for him.
From 1998-2003 Nonfiction played at several raves and local club nights, putting on his own events as well. It is here that he dove in head first and became immersed in the scene, playing tech/Chicago house and continued fine tuning his skills behind the decks. In 2004 Nonfiction was added to to Focus roster and has been a resident ever since. Sharing the decks with such heavyweights as Mark Farina, Derrick Carter, Doc Martin, Miguel Migs, Ian Pooley DJ Heather, Diz, Kaskade, Gene Farris and of course his very talented fellow residents (Wobs and Josh Billings). It is here that Nonfiction has truly grown as a dj and an artist.
“I’m really happy to do my part and to be involved in the house scene (especially in OC). We’ve been working really hard for nearly 20 years to make it happen and it keeps getting better, and better. I stay true to my friends and family, work hard and Focus on playing NEW music–it’s important to keep pushing the boundaries, but at the same time keeping the vibe dance floor friendly”.

”On the Subway” is out now!