Scott Alexander Brown (born 28 December 1972) is a Glasgow-born Scottish DJ and music producer. Brown produces and plays a variety of genres commonly called rave. Although he is most associated with bouncy techno, his music ranges from happy hardcore, through hard trance, to gabber. He is the founder of the Evolution Records family, which started in 1994.
He was heavily involved in the evolution of the UK's hardcore techno scene from the early 1990s, in particular introducing the harder-edged sounds of Belgian and Dutch techno to the UK, and taking the Scottish sounds to Europe. A more detailed background of Brown's music style is given at bouncy techno.
Brown has produced music on his own record labels (Evolution Records, Evolution Plus, Evolved, Evolution Gold, Poosh, Screwdriver and Twisted Vinyl), and under a range of monikers including Plus System, Interstate, Bass-X (with his brother Stewart), and with his now-defunct band Q-Tex, which was formed in 1990. In particular, his work has featured on Bonkers, to date the best-selling series of hardcore compilations. His most significant tracks are "Definition of a Bad Boy", "Synthetic Dreams", "Like An Angel" (Q-Tex), "Just Walk Away", "Rock Rock On", "Technophobia", "Fly With You", "Now Is The Time", "Elysium", "Neckbreaker", "Boomstick", "Fuzzy Muff", "Turn Up The Music", "Roll The Track" and "Taking Drugs?". He DJs at rave events in the UK, the Netherlands, the US, and elsewhere.
Brown has also appeared on the mega-hit compilation albums of Dancemania's Speed series. His first appearance on the series was on the third issue of the series in 1999. He later appeared on Trance Ravers (along with fellow British artists including Hixxy, Bang, Helix, Styles, Breeze and Sharkey), Speed 8, Speed 10, and Best of Hardcore.