Joti Sidhu, born April 26th 1971 in Wimbledon, London, Moved to Brighton at the age of 15. His first international gig was in Paris in September 1990, at "Fort de Champigny" with D-Shake and other headlining acts of the time. It was shortly after this that Joti embarked on the next natural step, making music. Enter the Legendary Atari Computer, built in MIDI, rock solid timing and the original Steinberg Cubase Sequencing software. A marriage that would take Jotis understanding of electronic music to a new level.
Around 1993 he started getting seriously into the london underground party scene and eventually one day with friends found himself at an exclusive outdoor party at a remote quarry in West London. This was where Joti first got his taste of the Psychedelic sound.
Psychaos "Psychaos" was on the second Concept in Dance entitled "Tribal Science" released in 1995. This was when his sound and Psychaos became extremely popular around the globe playing at weird and wonderful places from Guadeloupe, French Caribbean, to Nevada Deserts "The Burning Man Festival", from Castles in France and Yugoslavia, Ancient Ruins in Greece, Mount Fuji in Japan, to Expo Portugal in Lisbon, Summer ski resorts in the mountains of Switzerland to the clubby well trodden winter circuits of Europe and quite a few places in between.
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