Under his alias's (which include Pants & Corset, F1, Trauma, Format One, Overload, F1 and Terrance & Phillip) Paul King has produced many of the hard house scenes best known and loved tracks.
Paul King took a break from hard house in 2007 to work on tech house and Electro projects. including the much acclaimed remixes of Armand Van Heldans “New York City Beat” and Fedde Le Grande’s “Put Your Hands Up For Detroit”.
His latest album - Trauma XX - is a celebration of 20 Years of Trauma Tracks and includes collaborations from some of those Paul has worked with previously including Andy Farley, Martin Cook (Bass Jumper), Carl Nicholson & Niki Mak. Trauma XX has featured high in the Toolbox charts since its release and many consider the album to be a collection of Pauls best works yet.
Paul has two dogs, Chase and Bruno. He deliberately chooses names that can't be shortened.
The late Tony De Vit first met Paul, he branded him "one to watch" for his innovative and bright ideas.
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