99.9 Records represents the UK based music label launched in 2010. The techno label is run by Sterling Moss and Stay Up Forever. With dynamic musical taste and timing sharper than a razor, Sterling Moss is renowned for his technically explosive DJ style that never fails to electrify crowds the world over.
Once resident with Dancevalley & HQ in Holland and Tribal in London, Sterling now serves a residency with Harley Davidson as tour DJ on their Bike Festivals, having played for 9 years with them at destinations all round Europe, culminating every September with the 100,000 attended European Bike Week in Austria.
Music production has remained the in-demand creative mainstay of Sterling’s abilities, including UK chart success and his own label catalogue of Raceway, Racetrax and 99.9 supporting his musical output onto more than 50 other international imprints including: Stay Up Forever, RAW, Hydraulix, Cluster, Hardasfunk, Wah Wah, Subcult, Neuroshocked, Powertools, DJAX Upbeats, Yolk, Scythe Squadron, Polymeric, Apex, Hellhouse, Nukleuz, Yin Yang, One Inch, Rotters Golf Club, Sweet Peaks, Offical, VCF, No Entry, Strata, BR-909, Carbon Audio, TMM, Keep On Techno, Corrupted, Corrosive, Teknic.
Sterling has worked alongside the mighty Stay Up Forever crew for the last few years, tirelessly stoking a 303 & 909 driven rebellion in the studio alongside Chris Liberator to create a huge body of work that has ripped dancefloors apart across the world with devastating effect.
While constantly striving to innovate with his productions and DJ'ing, Sterling Moss always looks to explore new musical territories and ideas, while relentlessly touring his compelling sound around the globe.
The first release on 99.9 Records is ‘’Snowblind / Tempest’’ from Sterling Moss & Chris Liberator. Both tracks are quality tools of mixery , snowblind has the upper in hard, high energy, pounding techno sets, a right belter. While tempest can be used in all sorts of situations thanks to it's warm synth that although at first sounds monotonous and repetetive grows on you especialy when thrown in after a full blown acid tune, this is one bit of plastic any techno DJ would find useful, and when it comes to shelling out hard earned cash for a bit of plastic i am not impressed easily.
The future looks bright for "99.9", indeed!