taught him the legendary mixing styles and club rules,
and the mastery passed on to him by Frankie Knuckles
at Club Medusa further defined Mr Williams as a deejay.
It is no wonder Larry Sherman of Trax Records refers
to L.A. as ‘the Farley of the 90s’, and
L.A.’s ‘Magic’ was released on Trax
Records in 1987 when, as one of the original members
of the group ‘Phuture’, Mr Williams made
his live debut at the famous Diamond Corp. (Lil Louis)
party at the Bizmark Hotel.
Spanky and as a protégé to DJ Pierre,
L.A. learned his early producing skills including
how to master the 303. He later went on to create
Group X in 1995, who’s club hits on Djax could
be heard all over Europe and caught the attention
of such magazines like Muzik, MixMag, Wax and Groove.
L.A. Williams - Terminal Velocity
- Djax-Up-239 (1995)
Group X - Journey - Djax-Up-246 (1995)
Group X - Da X Files - Djax-Up-260
Group X – Trancend - Djax-Up-277
Phuture 303 - Acid Soul - Djax-Up-280