Dj/Producer & label boss of Click Therapy Recordings.
Lee's style is an intricate blend of Deep Tech House and Techno.
Over the years Lee has DJ’d at many venues across the UK sharing the booth with a host of great DJs. Growing up going to clubs like The End and Fabric in the capital and the infamously intimate Bomb in Nottingham, Lee’s introduction to underground house music came from some of the scene’s pioneers; Tyrant, Wiggle, Layo & Bushwacka, Inland Knights as well as the then emerging US west coast sounds coming from artists like H-Foundation, Tony & Onionz, Joeski, Jay Tripwire, Doc Martin.
Becoming consumed by the sounds Lee went on to promote underground nights DUBDUP & FACTION throughout the Midlands and London during the noughties.
In 2011 Lee launched House and Techno imprint Click Therapy Recordings, as a platform for his own productions as well as an opportunity to put out music from up and coming and established artists. 5 years on and Lee’s productions are currently doing the rounds at all major download stores and receiving regular support from some of House and Techno's finest including Richie Hawtin, Paco Osuna, Marco Carola, Danny Tenaglia, Layo & Bushwacka, Luciano, Joseph Capriati, X-Press 2, M.A.N.D.Y, Slam, Terry Francis, Nathan Coles, Eddie Richards, Inland Knights, Stacey Pullen and many more.
Click Therapy continues to push forward with an impressive back catalogue featuring some brilliant artists including; MiniCoolBoyz, Dela, Corrie, Kike Henriquez, Ceri, Al Bradley, Mancini, Carlo Gambino, Scientific Funk, Dan Cook, Jason Ireland, Auditive and DK Watts, with lots more still to come.
On the back of Click Therapy’s success, demand for Lee’s music has been on the ascend with releases/remixes on some seminal labels including; Wiggle, Something Different, Cubism, Family Grooves, 3am, Midnight Social, Evasive, Forward Education and more. With DJ gigs stretching including an appearance at the final season of the legendary Space in Ibiza at Carl Cox's infamous Music Is Revolution, and loads of music in the pipeline. Read more