DJ Rush

DJ Rush (born 1970 in Chicago, actually: Isaiah Major) is an American techno DJ and music producer.

In the burgeoning Chicago house scene DJ Rush quickly found favor in electronic music. His first gigs as a DJ he had in the Music Box, the Power House, the ancestral home and the legendary Warehouse, where he stood up to 10 hours at a time behind the turntables. At the same time he started in his bedroom with the production of their own creations.

Published in 1991 Rush on the label Trax Records his first single ( Knee Deep ). His productions were increasingly minimal and harder and he began to gain a foothold in London and Berlin. He came among others, Force Inc. Music Works and Djax up beats under contract.

1998 succeeded DJ Rush Motherfucking Bass with the plate of pan-European breakthrough. In 2001 he broke with the reader polls of Groove magazine Jeff Mills from the most popular DJ.

Rush also made numerous remixes, such as electrochemistry LK, DJ Bam Bam, Speedy J, DJ Urban, Mario Ranieri, Miss Djax or Felix K..

He is considered a forerunner of today's hard techno, although he himself never identified with it. He calls his style even Hard Energy.


  • Dance Music Award 2001: in the category "Best International DJ "