Bulletproof is undoubtedly one of the finest D&B talents to emerge from the Southern Hemisphere. Over the past 7 years the name "Bulletproof " has stood for nothing less than the very finest in explosive, futuristic Neurofunk and dance floor Drum and Bass. During this time, Jay released works on some of the scenes leading labels. The list includes the likes of BC, Square One, Renegade Hardware, Commercial Suicide, 1210 Recordings, Renegade Recordings, TOV, Red-light Recordings, Industry Recordings, CIA Recordings and Critical Recordings, Citrus Recordings and Shadowlaw to name just a few). 2007 Has seen a major step up in the global demand for Bulletproof, Having already completed a tour of North America this year, and now onto Europe and the United Kingdom. The Upbeats take a new step in their journey to the top of global dance music with the release of their sophomore album on prominent label Bad Company Presents and embarking on a world tour with BC stars Vegas and Maldini. Enjoying both critical and commercial success with their 2004 debut LP, The Upbeats have positioned themselves among the highest pantheons of the genre across the world, recording and releasing through influential imprints BC Presents, Ed Rush and Optical’s Virus Recordings, Renegade Hardware, Project51 and Project Human. But what sets the partnership of Wellingtonians Jeremy Glenn and Dylan Jones is the unique, diverse and cutting-edge Upbeat style. Producing music together for seven years, Glenn and Jones have crafted a sound that ranges between frenetic and energetic liquid funk, intensely moody and claustrophobic drum’n’bass, and soulful indulgences of elevation. The sheer diversity and inventiveness of their sound has paid dividends, as the Upbeats have been in demand the world over for their ability to traverse the eclectic tastes of dance music’s fandom.