T.B.C., or Tony Brown to those in the electronic music industry, was the first and only artist that had exclusively signed a deal with Rocky Jones from DJ International Records. Specifically, Tony Brown signed a three-year deal, which insisted on three releases per year and a thousand dollars per track, which was quite a decent amount of money for house music in the early nineties. T.B.C. elucidated his enthusiasm for working with some of the best producers in the industry, namely Rocky Jones, Joe Smooth, Craig Loftis, Jessica Tuttle, Tyree Cooper and many more.
After one of the most successful releases, “The Way You Move,” from DJ International Records, which featured Jessica Tuttle and MC D, Brown joined up with his brother, Unsel Brown, at which point, the Brown Brothers were formed; a record was released under Many Mokiers between 1993-1996. The X-Files of Techno was slated for worldwide distribution shortly thereafter, and the label happened to be the very first internet record label, while being a part of a multi-media entity known as www.dancedance.com. 3000 vinyl copies were shipped out, which was an impressive feat for the group. Impressively, Ben Sims remixed one track for Music Man, while a few of the tracks were published for CD release.
The entire experience has been a great ride for all parties involved, and luckily there did not to be an expensive video in order to create success and sell records. In fact, simply utilizing Amazon, Youtube, CD Baby, and itunes has allowed for the proper promotion, according to Unsel Brown. Tony Brown has also worked with the late great Ron Murphy, who belonged to NSC Records & National Sounds for close to five years. In addition, the record company has had over twenty years of television and radio experience.
T.B.C. has taken part of recording some very original techno piano sounds in unison amid a rich texture of bass; he utilizes an impressive array of dance beats, buzzers, and synth sounds, which places itself safely in the genre of techno and house music.