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Bad Behaviour


Name: Ben Lee, Andrew Green & Dean Morgan
Age: 34/36/36
Location: Darwen
DAW: Cubase
Favourite plugins: Virus, Sylenth, Nexus and Waves
Biggest musical achievement: Remixes for Dinky, AATW, Ministry of Sound and Remix on best of Sash Album
Musical influences: Alex K, Mike Di Scala, Nick Skitz, Head Hornys and Rachel Auburn

Bio: Sales of over 30,000 vinyl records.
Featured on and mixed multiple compilation albums released worldwide.
Performed at many of the top nightclubs in the UK & abroad.
Consecutive winners of the Producer of the Year & Record Label of the Year at the first ever Bounce Heaven Awards in 2008, and again in 2009.

Bad Behaviour started early in 2005 a little after Deans first release as The Naughty Boyz (I Feel Love) was doing the rounds on the club circuit with both Ben & Andrew helping push the track playing it regularly in their sets. The trio had met through their love of dance music & djing and it didn’t take very long for them to get together in the studio. With both Ben & Andrew holding residencies at two of the north wests most popular clubs & events, they had the perfect platform to road test their tracks which allowed them too quickly learn what it was that the crowd wanted. Over the next few years they earned themselves a reputation as one of the top players in the UK Bounce scene, a scene that was just at this point reaching boiling point. Numerous major labels where commissioning remixes, and signing from the bounce scene, and both ministry of sounds & all around the world released compilation albums aimed at the bounce scene.

In September 2008 the bounce scene went to even greater heights with the debut of Bounce Heaven, a brand new event aiming to showcase the biggest names in the uk bounce scene all on one single lineup. Bad Behaviour where always a favourite at these events and held a residency their which saw them perform at almost every single event.

Unfortunately throughout 2010 and 2011 due to personal circumstances the trio where not able to dedicate the time and effort to their work as they would of liked and in 2011 they officially performed their last gig after a 7 year long run in the scene.



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