<b>Reagan’s</b> love of house music began at the height of the Toronto warehouse scene, with subsequent influences including the darker tech-house sounds of New York City and Montreal’s after-hours clubs. That passion for music was first expressed through her work as a filmmaker, directing documentaries about subculture.
During a shoot in NYC, she interviewed such house music legends as Joi Cardwell and India, but the interviews that most inspired her happened at the studios of Roger Sanchez’s now defunct Narcotic Records and Q-Tip’s Hit Factory space. She spent the next few years honing her production skills, then put her film career on hold to devote herself full time to music. As a producer, Reagan Grey has a dark and richly melodic sound ranging from deep to tech-house. Having attracted the attention of labels in the UK and Canada, 2009 marks her release debut with a remix for NYC producer Angel Moraes on Mile End Records.
As part of the UK collective Digisoul, she is resident house remixer for the label’s acid-jazz & soul artists, including two forthcoming remixes for Soulpersona and Jocelyn Brown.
Her remix of <b> Stéphane Vera’s “Shine” featuring Ingrid Jones</b> is her first project with <b> Mixed Signals Music.