Lexicon Avenue is an electronic music group, hailing from Newcastle upon Tyne, consisting of Scott Bradford, Mark Armstrong, and Chris Scott. The trio have been keeping the North of England's clubbers moving for over a decade with their close involvement with the legendary Shindig club night, the Newcastle based team also spin the world over and produce tracks and remixes for a multitude of labels.
Lexicon Avenue have been around in some way, shape and form for the last 10 years, and as individuals, boast a huge CV of production and DJ credits. Scott Bradford, along with DJ partner Scooby, founded the legendary Shindig night that has played host to a Who's Who of International DJ talent. Associated with such a clubbing institution, Lexicon Avenue have landed DJ gigs abroad in Japan, South America, Portugal, Lithuania, Romania, Croatia, Australia, Singapore, Korea, Jakarta, Dubai, India, Israel, Norway, Ibiza as well as Stateside trips to San Francisco, LA, Miami and New York.
They have released singles on labels such as Forensic Records, Saw Recordings and Yoshitoshi. Much of their work has been done as remixes for other artists including Medway, Habersham & Phil K, Dave Gahan and Depeche Mode for whom they remixed the 2003 track 'Only When I Lose... Read More|
... Myself'. They also released an entry in NRK Sound Division's Nite Life series. Aside from Lexicon Avenue, Scott Bradford and Chris Scott partner each other on the New Phunk Theory, Little Green Men and Third Movement projects aswell as recording with Satoshi Tomiie as Fishead.whilst, Chris also fronts the hugely popular Echomen & Mooncat projects with Anton Fielding, and have released some killer EPs on the Hooj Choons and The End Recordings labels.