Trevor Lamont


Trevor Lamont has been a DJ since college in 1987. During that time house was starting to take hold within the Philadelphia scene. Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania were mainstays in the music scene at that time. Throwing parties that were half house and hip-hop.

Trevor started playing records in 1987, and was influenced early by the likes of Frankie Knuckles and Louie Vega through his involvement in the club scenes in New York and Philadelphia. From avid club goer to aspiring DJ, Trevor has put his heart and soul in the music he loves… House.

In the 1990's, Trevor moved to Kentucky, where he continues to DJ today.

Living in Lexington and then recently relocating to Louisville! Along the way, he joined forces with Justin Long, Halo, Traxx, Sam-Me, and B:PM to form the Teamsters, a collection of DJs from around the Midwest united by their love of house music. During the mid 90's, the Teamsters became one of the dominant forces in house scenes across the Midwest.

Beyond his work with the Teamsters, Trevor also worked as a member of the Soul Brothaz, another collective of DJs, which also included the East Coast Boogiemen and Sam-Me.

Trevor's love of jazzy, sexy, deep, underground house music, combined with his smooth, layered mixing skills has brought him gigs across the United States and Canada. Highlights include playing for Scott Henry and Charles Feelgood's world-renowned night Fever in Baltimore, and playing for some of the most renowned promoters in the industry including Ultraworld out of Baltimore and Liquid Groove out of Atlanta. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to play alongside talents such as Derrick Carter, DJ Dan, Josh Wink, King Britt, Dubtribe, Onionz, Johnny Fiasco, Kerri Chandler, Tony Humphries, Mark Farina, and countless others.

Currently Trevor maintains a steady schedule of clubs dates and work with my production crew, Grand Reserve. Grand has releases out now on multiple labels (Lingo, Doin Work, and Dingbat) and will keep going strong. Along with his partners Mutt and Reverend T he will keep moving on. Stay tuned for more coming Trevor and the Grand Reserve Crew.

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Trevor Lamont has been a DJ since college in 1987. During that time house was starting to take hold within the Philadelphia scene. Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania were mainstays in the music scene at that time. Throwing parties that were half house and hip-hop.

Trevor started playing records in 1987, and was influenced early by the likes of Frankie Knuckles and Louie Vega through his involvement in the club scenes in New York and Philadelphia. From avid club goer to aspiring DJ, Trevor has put his heart and soul in the music he loves… House.

In the 1990's, Trevor moved to Kentucky, where he continues to DJ today.

Living in Lexington and then recently relocating to Louisville! Along the way, he joined forces with Justin Long, Halo, Traxx, Sam-Me, and B:PM to form the Teamsters, a collection of DJs from around the Midwest united by their love of house music. During the mid 90's, the Teamsters became one of the dominant forces in house scenes across the Midwest.

Beyond his work with the Teamsters, Trevor also worked as a member of the Soul Brothaz, another collective of DJs, which also included the East Coast Boogiemen and Sam-Me.

Trevor's love of jazzy, sexy, deep, underground house music, combined with his smooth, layered mixing skills has brought him gigs across the United States and Canada. Highlights include playing for Scott Henry and Charles Feelgood's world-renowned night Fever in Baltimore, and playing for some of the most renowned promoters in the industry including Ultraworld out of Baltimore and Liquid Groove out of Atlanta. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to play alongside talents such as Derrick Carter, DJ Dan, Josh Wink, King Britt, Dubtribe, Onionz, Johnny Fiasco, Kerri Chandler, Tony Humphries, Mark Farina, and countless others.

Currently Trevor maintains a steady schedule of clubs dates and work with my production crew, Grand Reserve. Grand has releases out now on multiple labels (Lingo, Doin Work, and Dingbat) and will keep going strong. Along with his partners Mutt and Reverend T he will keep moving on. Stay tuned for more coming Trevor and the Grand Reserve Crew.

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