A DJ since the age of 16, Ammon's Journey began upon seeing his parents dancing to the James Brown he was playing at a small family gathering. From that point he began to pursue an understanding of every form of dance/electronic music that the mid to latter 90's had to offer, from Hip-Hop, Old School Funk, Drum n' Bass, IDM, Trip-Hop, Goa, Big Beat, House, Trance and all variants in between.
Around 98' he was exposed to Psychedelic Trance and was immediately drawn to its deep tribal roots and its diverse musical range. For the next 8 years he was primarily a Psy Trance DJ. Upon moving to Boston he began working at the infamous Satellite Records where he met a befriended many of Boston's most prominent underground Dj's and promoters. Dj's such as Dave Sky, Pat Fontes, Tari, Chuck Caseroc, Osheen, George Nessis, and Shannon Shalako. At the same time he was supporting the local Psy Trance scene and playing out at show's organized by Djs Dave West, Dino and Dave Henshaw of Changmian Productions, as well as residing over a weekly at the Phoenix Landing called Resurrection with the Blacksmith and Helicopter Pete.
Around the early 2000's Ammon and Nick Binary founded Sonic Beating, a production team focused in "larger than life" sound design and event organizing. From there the community continued to coalesce and the monthly event Psyforia was born. The show ran for about 6 years at the legendary Marsh Post legion hall overlooking the charles river and was one of the few events within the city being showcased in an outdoor venue. The event then migrated to the Machine nightclub where it wrapped up a 10 year run.
During that time Ammon began returning to his roots and found that his appreciation for Funk, Soul and Hip-Hop was leading him full circle back to playing Deep/Tech House. His introduction to Boston's Burner community allowed him to further cultivate his style at loft parties and at Burning Man itself. He now plays and promotes a wide range of House, Techno and Electro, performing at clubs and radio shows up and down the east coast, as well as continuing to develop Sonic Beating through it's newest production: FluX.