Crispin J. Glover

For fans of:Deep House, Tech House, Nu House

As one of London's most recognised D.J.'s and with an almost 30 years history on the underground House Music Scene, The "Crispin J. Glover" story started with an apprenticeship at London’s Trident Studios as a recording engineer in the mid 80’s - fun times! And definitely, much different from today. Not late upon discovering his deep passion for music production, Crispin J. Glover released his first dance single ‘Happy’ in 1989 via Soho’s Black Market Records, marking the start of a prosper career in the industry. He recorded over 100 12” singles encompassing Garage, Techno, Deep House, Latin, R’n’B, & Funk and achieved sales in excess of 250,000 units in a record time, attracting the attention of international Music Production Studios and Labels.

In 1992 he established his own imprint, Matrix Records, releasing ‘Northern Lights’ under the name of Caucasian Boy ( which was then licensed to New York’s legendary Strictly Rhythm Records, achieving global acclaim, later re-mixed by Laid ( This was later re-released on Skint records, Brighton confirming the high quality product status and maintaining Crispin in the top of London-based House Music Producers

Has recorded for all the major 90’s dance labels including: Strictly Rhythm, Junior Boys Own, Paper Recordings, King Street, Wall Of Sound, N.R.K., Back 2 Basics, Pagan, SoundProof / M.C.A., Heartbeat, (Italy), D.I.Y., & Sunday Best (Rob Da Bank) and produced work under a variety of aliases: Babyrock, Caucasian Boy, Crime, House Of Labasia, South Central, Stash, Boogie Buffet, Century Falls, Good Guys, Laj Gloves, Motif, New Chapters In Funk, Sleaze, Stryker.

His passion for music was also showcased by the production of two artist albums: ‘Rhythm Graffiti’ (Paper Recordings 2000) And ‘Which Way Is Up (One Little Indian 2005) which featured the underground hit ‘This Is Not A Love Song’ Feat. Princess Julia:

After over 17 insane years on the International Underground House Muisc Scene, Crispin left dance music briefly in 2006 to form the rock/blues/punk band STASH ( with whom he recorded only one single: ‘Divide & Conquer’ before leaving in 2009 to work with M.C. Kay Young, releasing the single ‘D.J. Saved My Life’ (Metrogroove Records)

This has marked a major return to his life-long love for House Music, and he has recently enjoyed mass critical success with a re-mix of the classic 80’s disco hit ‘Inside Out’ by Odyssey, released on London’s ISM label:

As an accomplished producer, D.J. & broadcaster, worldwide, from New York, San Francisco, Paris, London, Japan & Russia. Radio shows on Ministry of Sound & Girls F.M. Crispin has released a retrospective of his work to be released summer 2013 spanning the last 20+ years of music production.

In 2016, Crispin has been welcomed with massive acclaim on the UK Underground House Music Charts with his new, modern and unmistakable sound, touring and producing hit after hit, latest being "Pearls" - Remix by Crispin J. Glover