Morgan, although born in London started his career in Manchester as a drummer. Illustration, his first band appeared on the Some Bizarre Album with the song he co-wrote "Tidal Flow".
This compilation was to also feature the first recordings by the likes of, Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, Blancmange and The The. At this period he worked with producers such as Martin Hannett in Strawberry Studios, Stockport and Mike Hedges at his Playground Studios in Camden Town...
After a few years honing his musical skills Morgan moved to Chicago in the late 80's, where he got together with Marshall Jefferson, the godfather of house and house diva Kym Mazelle for the writing of her first album.
Back in Europe a year later he joined Manic MC's and co wrote "Mental" a UK club smash and remixed Gwen Guthrie's "Ain't Nothin' Going On But The Rent"! Then in 1990, Morgan teamed up with the classic Swedish house label Btech for a number of underground projects such as Technoir, Control E and Al-Hambra, whose releases are collectors items today.
In 1990, Jan Ekholm asked him to join Clubland along with vocalist Zemya Hamilton. Their debut singe "Let's Get Busy" (remixed by Snap) became a worldwide hit, including No 1 in the Billboard Club Chart.
The success was followed up by the hits "Hold On", "Love Strain", "Set Me Free" and "Hypnotized" who all got to the same number one position in the US and established Clubland all over the world. The band worked with many of the top producers at the time including David Morales, Steve "Silk" Hurley, E-Smoove, Eric Kupper, StoneBridge and George Morel.
Inbetween Clubland, Morgan found the time to release his first solo effort; the timeless club classic "I'm Free", hammered by every DJ around the globe, and also the classic "Take Me Up" by Soundsource - an end of the night anthem played by the likes of Andrew Weatherall and sampled by an endless number of acts throughout the years, including Lock 'n' Load for thier top 10 hit "Blow ya Mind".
Morgan also wrote and produced two tracks on the first volume of the successful Cafe Del Mar compilation series "Agua" and "On the Rocks, plus picked up a Grammy Award for "Best Dance Act".
Of late Morgan has been writing and producing music which has featured on BBC, ITV, Films and most cabel networks, with plans in the process to open a music library.
He is also collaborating with new artists, building up a collective of musicians, writers, arrangers and producers so that he can rise to the challanges and changes of the music industry in which he celebrates 31 years...no small achivement!
In 2006 Accidental Music was born, mainly as a response for requests to purchase his old archive material from the Swedish Btech label and from his previous 90's progressive house label Om Records.
At that time it was only available on vinyl. Within the first six months of opening accidental licensed Sound Source's "One High" to Global Underground for GU Mixed!
The past few years Accidental Music's attention has been focused on requests to remix our back catalogue plus an approach by Defected Records for Morgan's "I'm Free", which featured on Cafe Mambo Ibiza 2008, compiled by Groove Amada's own Andy Cato.
2010 will be a new beguining for ua as we now at last turn our attention to new material! Morgan will be guiding the creative process with some of the new artists, plus collaborating on his solo tracks, which in turn will be remixed by new and established DJ/Producers alike... Enjoy!