PAWSA is a name that has consistently emerged from the burgeoning house and techno scene in recent times.The London-based producer kickstarted his remarkable rise with a bonafide EP on the renowned Lost Records in 2014. The appropriately named ‘Pilot’, put a marker down both on Beatport and in the dance community which has provided the basis for further success more recently.Picking up steam, PAWSA received the firm backing of industry stalwarts Green Velvet and Nicole Moudaber who both locked down EP’s from the innovative producer on Relief Records and Mood Records respectively.Further to that, he can also call upon the likes of Adam Beyer and Pan-Pot as staunch supporters.These early successes further cementing the feeling that PAWSA is a producer destined to make a lasting impact.In 2015, PAWSA co-founded Solid Grooves Records alongside Michael Bibi and with the underlying motif of”let the music do the talking”,the label provided a firm base for PAWSA’s latest EP ‘Stage Two’. The sister company to the much vaunted Solid Grooves club night with regular happenings in London, Ibiza and Berlin, the label has been an important string to the bow of PAWSA.PAWSA’s signature sound -inventive tech house with an old school vibe -is decisively made for the dance-floor. As aDJhe lays down carefully curated and atmospheric sets. The producer identifies with also being a DJ in the most natural, traditional sense: he makes music which he can play out and share with a crowd.PAWSAregularly performs at esteemed clubs aroundEuropeand held a much talked about residency in Sankeys Ibiza throughout 2015.Alongside all of this, PAWSA also turns his own magical and much loved ‘PAWSA’s Mixtape Series’ and some top weekly tips for producers and DJs alike via his ‘Groover Essentials’ series. PAWSA is one DJ who is letting quality records do all the talking and at the outset of 2015, few are coming close to his consistency and indisputable calibre of his productions.With plenty more planned for 2016 and beyond, PAWSA and his team have a lot in store to extend their impact on the musical landscape.