|Born||5 August 1957|
Paul Taylor (born 5 August 1957) is a Scottish electronic DJ and musician.
Taylor along with Paul Waterman and Mark Hadfield and vocalist Rachel McFarlane, formed the disco-house group Loveland in the early 1990s. Tracks such as "Let the Music (Lift You Up)", "Don't Make Me Wait", "I Need Somebody" and "The Wonder Of Love", increased the group's fame during 1994-95.
In 1989 Taylor dedicated the final hour on Friday nights at Angels to music released in the previous 3 or 4 years. This is where the brand of club night called Retro began. It soon developed into a monthly night. By the time of the club closed in 1996, Retro nights where already being held at clubs across the northwest. Retro started at Eden in San Antonio Ibiza in 2000 winning Mixmag's New Club of The Year award.