Dead Audio, aka Luke Fenn and Tom Atkinson are a bass heavy music production duo from the UK.
Their backgrounds as a live drummer and bass guitarist respectively, provide them with a natural
platform from where they conjure up super tight, punchy beats, interwoven with stomping bass
Coming from South of France, Adam a.k.a Habstrakt was a guitar and keys player before turning his mind onto samplers and grooveboxes very early. He first got into Trip Hop and also wrote music for movies & even theater, but in 2008 he discovers dubstep and drum n bass music, and immediately gets involved in production and DJ’ing.
The Unik is a first class mastering engineer, but he’s also an excellent musician and hyper-creative producer. Known for his off the hook live Ps and massive productions, it’s his 2 first eps on PLAY ME RECORDS, playlisted by Excision or Spor among others, that revealed the guy to the bass music world, soon followed by the massive Gazoline EP on his own label Château Bruyant alongside fellows top french producers Niveau Zero and Habstrakt.
Jordan Booth AKA Mojo, is a 20 year old producer from Sheffield, U.K.
Picking up his first chord at the ripe age of 6, he has been bouncing between genres for 6 years now, and has within the last 3 years moved to Dubstep. With support from the likes of Funtcase, Cookie Monsta, Plastician & many more, he is splurging onto the scene with his enchanting riffs and gritty basslines.
Asaf borger aka Borgore, has unquestionably become a household name for those who follow the ever growing Dubstep sound. Distant from the main stages and social circles of Dubstep in Europe, especially in the UK, Borgore turned to creating a huge online presence using many social network platforms.
Tomba, after forming AMP (Alphamale Primates) alongside Borgore, launching his solo career in late 2009 was natural. Influenced by many genres, but most noticeably metal, Tomba substantiated himself as one of the most hard-hitting and intense artists in the dustup scene.
Bio coming soon…
For Los Angeles bassline technician BARE, aka Sean Rodela, 2010 will be fondly remembered as the year his twisted face melting sickness exploded into a worldwide epidemic. Taking the dubstep scene by storm with his staggering studio output and electrifying live performances…