The Scumfrog

About The Scumfrog

Amsterdam native Scumfrog (born Jesse Houk) is a successful progressive house producer and remixer who had three of his productions simultaneously in the Top Ten of the Billboard club chart. After numerous DJ sets in his homeland, Scumfrog moved to New York City in 1997 and recorded his debut single, "The Watersong." Three years later he was touring with superstar DJ Roger Sanchez while his version of the Rolling Stones' "We Love You" was on top of the U.K. charts. Soon Annie Lennox, Missy Elliot, and Kylie Minogue were hiring him for remixes, but it was his mix of David Bowie's "Loving the Alien" that brought the most attention. In 2003, Effin Records collected 20 of Houk's productions and remixes for the double CD Extended Engagement, while BBC Radio aired Scumfrog's first Essential Mix. ~ David Jeffries

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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