With dynamic musical taste and timing sharper than a straight edge razor, Sterling Moss is renowned for his technically explosive DJ style that never fails to electrify crowds the world over.Having toured extensively throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, Sterling regularly travels around the globe to an exotic list of countries, playing at clubs and festivals to literally hundreds of thousands every year alongside the world’s DJ elite.He has also served a 7-year residency with Harley Davidson as tour DJ on their European Bike Festivals, culminating every September with the 100,000 attended European Bike Week in Austria.Music production has remained the in-demand creative mainstay of Sterling’s abilities, and his musical output has seen it’s way onto more than 40 international record labels including: Stay Up Forever, RAW, Hydraulix, Cluster, Racetrax, Raceway, Hardasfunk, Wah Wah, Subcult, Neuroshocked, Powertools, 99.9, Yolk, Scythe Squadron, Polymeric, Apex, Hellhouse, Nukleuz, One Inch, Rotters Golf Club, Sweet Peaks, No Entry, Strata, BR-909, Carbon Audio, TMM, Keep On Techno, Corrupted, Corrosive, Teknic, Braingravy, Bordelik, Flatlife, Maximum Minimum, Aktivists, Abusive 303, Acid Corp, Bodyshock, Hive & Torque.Sterling has worked alongside the mighty Stay Up Forever crew for the last few years, tirelessly stoking a 303 & 909 driven rebellion in the studio alongside Chris Liberator to create a huge body of work that has ripped dancefloors apart across the world with devastating affect. They have sold out events in countries including Australia, Japan and Brazil with their live show, and their genre defining hits including: ‘Croydon Girl’, ‘Punk Attitude’, ‘I’m Bored’ and ‘Massive Line’ will be making waves for years to come.‘E.S.C.’ is another alias Sterling has recorded under as part of ‘The Boardroom’ collective with Steve Boardman. Their work saw its way onto two highly acclaimed collaborative albums with Andrew Weatherall, which gained rave reviews universally from the music press. The collective played live at some of the world's most renowned venues including London's 'Fabric' & Berlin's 'Panorama Bar'. The 'Sound Lab' studio is the nerve centre for Sterling’s production work, but he also worked extensively alongside Roland Synthesisers Japan as an official programmer on their MC-909 Groovebox, after they were impressed with his use of their vintage TR- 909 drum machine. He has also released two sample packs with Chris Liberator through New York’s Industrial Strength Records, which contain a wide- ranging palette of sonic tools for up and coming producers to utilise.While constantly striving to innovate with his productions and DJ'ing, Sterling Moss always looks to explore new musical territories and ideas, while relentlessly touring his compelling sound around the globe.