DJ Dick Trevor (aka Dickster,The Green Nuns, Bumbling Loons, Circuit Breakers & AMD) is quite simply a force of trance nature.
He was right there at the inception of what people came to know and love as the Goa Trance sound & psychedelic trance music and (along with Space Tribe & Tristan) he can count himself as one of seminal producers of the scene that became one of Simon Posford’s early collaborators and long term influences.
It was in the thick of the 90’s melting pot that he met the genius of Neil Cowley and the guitar of Matt Coldrick, creating a spark that kick-started the whole movement with one of the most important albums within the genre: The Green Nuns – Rock Bitch Mafia.
Part man, part machine – Dickster has a connection with his studio that most producers can only dream of. He has been called upon by everyone for all kinds of musical advice, which he offers freely and enthusiastically. Never too busy to help, whether it’s part of the Shpongle LIVE show at Ozora or lending an old synth to an enthusiastic teenager and helping him set it up. He can count Riktam ‘GMS’, Junya ‘Eskimo’ & Leon ‘Avalon’ among his former students!
He has many collaboration side projects including: Circuit Breakers with Burn in Noise, Bumbling Loons with James Monro (Flying Rhino), AAAH YEAH with Nano Record label boss Regan, Infinitti Gritti with Ajja and Burn in Noise and more on the way!
He has released and worked on more tracks than most people have had hot dinners. His work with Danny Howells has seen him dip into the more commercial world of dance music to show the dynamic range of his skills.
Dicksters’ cheeky and brilliant mind has much to offer, and has already provided a massive backbone to the history of Psytrance. His own live and DJ sets under his Dickster moniker always deliver the most driving acid tingling dancefloor workouts with infectious grooves. Dicksters’ vibe is filled with the block-rocking love of funky complexity, mesmerizing detail, unstoppable movement and best of all… real psychedelic music!
He’s had hundreds of releases on more labels that can be mentioned here. Instead we recommend you check out his Discogs Page for that!