Bio: James Curd began his DJing career in Chicago when he was only fifteen years old. Being underage, Curd was snuck into events to play at raves and clubs he was ... (more)
Bio: James Curd began his DJing career in Chicago when he was only fifteen years old. Being underage, Curd was snuck into events to play at raves and clubs he was not legally allowed in. He played along side some of
electronic music's most respected acts and DJs. Through his love of DJing and music Curd began to write and produce for himself. At nineteen Curd released his first track on the globally respected label "Basenotic" out of Paris. From there Curd created "Greenskeepers", a name to represent himself and the wide range of music he wrote and the artists he collaborated with.
As "Greenskeepers" Curd released an array of music on Classic records. He made his mark on the dance music world by infusing swing music and Chicago house to invent the term G-Swing, being short for Greenskeepers Swing. Curd focused on G-Swing and started a label by
that same name to feature this unique sound. Around this same time Curd also owned and operated two other record labels "Igloo" and "Greenskeepers Music".
Curd has released four full length albums under Greenskeepers, "Ziggy Franklin Radio Show", "Pleetch", "Polo Club" and most recently "Live Like You Want To Live". Curd has also had phenomenal individual success
with releases on DFA, Drop, Child's Play, OM, Ministry Of Sound, Aroma and Defected to name a few. With such a catalogue of music out, Curd was bound for wide success.
Four of Curd's songs have been featured on "Grey's Anatomy", while others have appeared on T.V shows such as C.S.I Miami, Point Pleasant, MTV Real World and Keeping Up With The Kardashians. His music can
also be found in foreign films as well as main stream movies such as "What Happens In Vegas" and the hugely successful animation "The Incredibles". If you listen carefully, you will even find Curd's work on BBC documentaries and American Airlines inflight radio!
Curd has toured the world over, renown for his energy behind the decks and his ability to make a party. His sets have continued to earn the respect of veteran club goers but his capabilities have enabled him to lure the new kids to the dance floor when he plays. Curd has performed at some of the world's most respected clubs. From Fabric
in London, The Avalon in Los Angeles, Home in Sydney to The Arches in Glasgow. Curd has also been part of festivals such as Park Life in Australia, Lollapalooza In Chicago, T In The Park in Scotland and Electric Picnic in Ireland.
Curd continues to consistently release quality new music by pushing his sound while also staying true to his roots. With Curd anything and everything can be expected. Whether it's Rockstar Games using his song for the "Grand Theft Auto 4" Ad campaign or his latest EP sitting
at number one on Juno, you never know what to expect from the talented Curd or where his music might pop up. (less)