Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson
Paul has pioneered and played all types of dance music laying down the best tunes during the rise of each genre: Reggae, Soul, Funk, Jazz-Funk, Disco, Electro, Hip-Hop and then House.
Starting in the 1970s with the Reggae Sound-System “Trouble-Funk” where his nick-name started, then onto his Boogie and Jazz-Funk journeys. Paul was the first Black DJ to play in Soho in 1979 – when he was the resident at Crackers with George Power, and his followers included Norman Jay and Terry Farley.
In 1982 Paul was pioneering the Electro sound at the Electric Ballroom in Camden, as well as playing Funk and Rare-Groove at The Cat In the Hat, and displaying his superb skills as an amazing and notorious dancer.
One of Kiss FM’s original DJs Paul’s Advance Dance mix show on KISS 100 FM ran every Saturday night for ten years, and he was a headliner at all the Kiss FM events at Dingwalls and beyond.
As a producer Paul’s most famous for his own Live mixes and edit versions some of which have made it release including recent goodies such as ‘Greedy T’, ‘Club Disco Dubz’ and the Rewind The 90s’ compilation on Bassline. He’s compiled and mixed numerous compilations across the genres and is the DJs’ DJ, someone who will always make you dance…any way you wanna.