A leading light of the UK house music scene for more than 20 years, it's safe to say that Nick Hook has a seriously strong musical track record.
He has produced and remixed more than 140 releases on many of the biggest house music labels including Zulu Records, Whartone Records, Distinctive, Hed Kandi, Whore House, FFRR, Whoop!, Om, Housesession, Loaded, Skint, React, Renaissance, Phonetic, Jeepers!, Motion, Limbo, AATW, Stress and DMC.
Nick has DJ'd in clubs all over the UK as well as overseas, where he has headlined at major venues in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Kazakhstan and Ibiza. During the 1990s and 2000s, Nick was the driving force behind two of London's most legendary house music clubs, namely Loosen Up and Whoop it Up, as promoter and resident DJ. Both clubs were at the forefront of the UK progressive scene and featured the biggest guest DJs of the day, including Sasha, Jon Digweed, Seb Fontaine, Dave Seamen and Timo Maas. Today, Nick is a resident DJ and co-promoter of the highly successful Brighton club night Tech-noir.
Nick has also co-founded and managed several seminal house music labels such as Om Records and Off The Hook Records, and these days runs Brighton-based label Jeepers! Music. The label has gone from strength to strength since it's inception in 2007, with tracks and remixes from top artists including Stefano Noferini, Hoxton Whores, Jay Kay, Dolly Rockers, Nick Hook, Martin Sharp, Tenacious, Gojack, Dan McKie, Stretch Silvester, Chris Rawles, Sonikross and Nightstylers.
Nick's productions on Jeepers! and other labels continue to gain support from many of the world's best DJs, including Roger Sanchez, Peter Brown, ATFC, Sonny Wharton, Todd Terry, Jonathan Ulysses, Groove Armada, Shapeshifters, Danny Rampling, Timo Garcia, Oliver Lang and many more. And his productions continue to feature in the charts of many of the top download stores.
His numerous remix credits include artists such as Hoxton Whores, The Grid, Gusto, Alex Neri, Adamski, Peyton, Saint Etienne, OneWorld and Sara Parker. Meanwhile some of the biggest and brightest names in house music have remixed Nick's own productions, including Hoxton Whores, The Dolly Rockers, Mike Monday, Oliver Lang, Soul Mechanik, Jay Kay, Chris Fortier, Circulation, Dom Kane, James Harcourt, Tim Andresen, Stretch Silvester and Lucien Foorte.