Nathan “DJ Pierre” Jones is an American DJ and producer who is widely regarded as one of the founding fathers of sour house music. Pierre was born on March 12, 1959 in Chicago, Illinois, and grew up in the city’s South End, heavily influenced by the new sounds of disco and house music.
Nathan “DJ Pierre” Jones is a pioneer in the electronic dance music scene, known for his innovative songwriting and influential contributions to the development of sour house music.
Born September 12, 1967 in Chicago, Illinois, Jones grew up on Chicago’s South Side and was exposed to a variety of musical styles, from soul and funk to disco and rock. In his teens, he began experimenting with his DJing and electronic music production and quickly became a regular on the city’s underground music scene.
In the mid-1980s, Jones joined the band Phuture with his fellow DJs Spanky and Herb J. The trio’s experimentation with the newly developed Roland TB-303 synthesizer led to the emergence of a new style of “acid house” music that combined house elements, electronic music and soft sounds, and TB-303 hypnotic.
The released ‘Acid Tracks’ is widely regarded as the first acid record, and the band’s innovative sound quickly gained a devoted following in Chicago and abroad. His DJ Pierre productions on Phuture’s subsequent releases (including the classics Your Only Friend and The Creator) cemented his position as a mastermind in his burgeoning acid house scene. was helpful.
Since then, DJ Pierre has continued to make groundbreaking music, both as a solo artist and through his collaborations with Phuture Pfantasy Club and Pierre’s Pfantasy Club. His innovative use of his TB-303 and other electronic instruments helped define the acid house sound. His work has been sampled and remixed by countless artists over the decades since its original release.
Today, DJ Pierre continues to perform and produce music, and for his pioneering contributions to the development of electronic dance music, he has been inducted into the Dance Music Legends Hall of Fame.