Morphamish is an Edinburgh based producer, live set performer and DJ who plays across the range of constantly evolving bass music, using elements of techno, breaks, house, dubstep, jungle, tropical, acid, hardcore, afrobeat, electro, samba, ambient, hiphop and more, all with a healthy dose of funk. He’s a very multifaceted creator, writing satisfying original music, and playing imaginative, energy packed, mind bending sets.

Releases on PBX, Audiodacity, Black Lantern, Crunk's Not Dead, a quiet RIOT and Crystal Distortion's Labrat Audio have found acclaim from the likes of Rob Da Bank, Daniel Benevente, Huw Stevens, Vic Galloway, Munchi, Jerome Hill, The Horrorist, Kanji Kinetic, Tom Robinson, sci-fi godfather Warren Ellis and Mary Anne Hobbs, who called a collaboration with vocalist Texture “One of the most inventive pieces of British hip-hop that we’ve heard in a long, long time”.

He started out as a resident live performer at notorious Edinburgh club nights Pillbox and Obscene (under the names Morph and Sola Perplexus). Around that time he was also the most frequent guest at Dogma. He was one half of Double Helix with Texture. He’s a co-founder of Black Lantern Music, a co-founder and resident at ETC, and part of the Chapel Perilous collective.

His diverse tastes led to remixes / collaborations with many artists including Profisee, Banana Sessions, Stanley Odd, Freddy Frogs and Dave Tarrida. Recent years have seen multi genre releases on Black Lantern (the acclaimed net label he co-founded), on his own Morphamish.com and RIOT Radio's a quiet RIOT (who he is now the in house mastering engineer for).

He’s a firm favourite at the best Scottish festivals including Knockengorroch, Kelburn Garden Party and Audio Soup and regularly appears on BBC live sessions and podcasts. He’s a member of the Chapel Perilous Art System and Amma collectives, and currently co-runs ETC, a massively fun club night with a different theme each night. Recently he has begun a fortnightly mix series, alternating chill out Audio Hug Mixes with more intense, upfront mixes.

He has a forthcoming techno release on Riot Radio Records alongside Neil Landstrumm, Paul Birkin, The Horrorist, Cannibal Cooking Club and Martyn Hare of Perc, on triple vinyl in June.