“You don’t just enjoy music, you LIVE music!” This is the attitude that Brian pushes in to every aspect in the music field. Whether it’s with djing or producing, he always leaves you begging for more.
His entry into the dj brotherhood was in Europe’s longest running techno club, The Airport (Würzburg, Germany), where he later held a monthly night. Realizing that this was his chosen path, Brian began bringing his unique style to most major cities throughout Germany. Playing in such big named clubs like Zapata (Stuttgart), 3001 (Dusseldorf), Bootshaus (Köln), Apartment 11 (München), Pacha (Hamburg), and the list goes on and on.
In 2006, Brian started learning the ways of music production. After endless days and nights of studio time, 2009 was the break out year with the official remix released, “Anti Anti” (Maxcherry & Brian Lindsay’s Long Gone Remix) from Bonaparte vs Markus Lange on Freakz Me Out Records. Shortly there after, Brian got the chance to do a remix for one of the 2009 top ten electro labels in Germany, Traktor Records. The remix was for the song “15 Seconds” from aUtOdIdAkT ft. RQM. After its release in the end of November 2009, “15 Seconds” entered the DCC (German Club Charts) at #8! In the matter of just 3 weeks it climbed to #3! After this, people’s interest were sparked and releases were soon signed to Tommie Sunshine’s label Brooklyn Fire, Miles Dyson’s label Plasmapool, and the up and coming label of Rockers Dub. But, this is only the beginning! There are many, many more projects on the way. Stay tuned!
In 2010, Brian moved back to the United States, setting up his musical headquarters in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Whithin a very short time, Brian Lindsay became a household name in the American EDM scene. Quickly landing dj gigs up and down the east coast, Chicago, New York City, and Denver.