Moscow based Bizzeea and London based MAN2.0 AKA Vadim Ryadinsky and Mark Bailey initially met on a music production forum during a heated debate over how loud a 909 could get before bursting an ear drum. Incidentally, the two were also signed to Nein records. When Vadim turned in a remix of MAN2.0's Party in My Spine, it was clear that the two had a compatible sound and further collaboration became inevitable.
Both have been establishing themselves as producers of late, Vadim with a number of EPs and remixes on Nein and Det Sync and Mark with EPs and Remixes on Nein, Regith and Flight Recorder amongst others. Their first track, the aptly titled Concussion treads the line between Sven Vath and a head injury caused by a 303 thrown out of a twelfth story window in a domestic argument over infidelity. Bubbling acid arpregios clash shamelessly with schizophrenic drum patterns. while metalic runs subtly tease like a dominatrix torturing a wealthy businessman in his lunch hour.
Both Producers also have solo works that they bring to the EP. first off, the epic (both in title and sound) 1.2.3. Don't Whore from Yby to Saturday Trip. less a track than three tracks joined into one charting a long weekend in Moscow. Bizzeea! employs his trademark Acid before seamlessly easing into a rhythmic bodypopping breakbeat cowbell killer. Just when you think it (and you) can go no further an Angry TRB-03 hollers at you for even considering leaving the dancefloor until it is finished with you... and then it gets nasty. MAN2.0's solo offering is a somewhat more understated affair with hypnotic beeps holding together tight kicks and claps, disembodied voices from a haunted Nightclub hide beneath the surface helping to usher in that 4am existential crisis on the dancefloor before the bassline in the breakdown reminds you to 'pull yourself together, you are in the middle of a dancefloor you idiot. Just dance.'