The robot voices in the head of iBenji say "kill kill kill" and voices in our head say "yes yes yes". Russian producer, iBenji, steps up again and brings with him three other masters of bass manipulation: Oceania, Saint Rider, and Tim Ismag -- all who in recent months have risen up from the dark reaches of underground music to join ranks among the modern elite to impose their own influence on the sound.
BIO FOR: iBenji
iBenji well known as a DJ and Dubstep producer. He started his music career in 2007 . Since 2009 he decided to make something original in a world of Dubstep music. Not many producers can lay claim to the instant success acheived by Veniamin Raev who has been charting in the dubstep and new school hiphop charts since his very first releases on Section 8, PlayMe, and other labels such as Eight:FX and Substruck. His works are also featured on labels such as Jazzsteppa, BomBeatz Inc and Wicky Lindows. He has been a big fan of American and Cannadian Robostep music, and describes his own music as "mechanical" and "robotic".
BIO FOR: Saint Rider
From origins of experimental broken rhythms, eastern melodies, and psy, Saint Rider has signed to Russian-German and international labels such as iSkank Recordings, Subnoto12, Code of Arms, and recently Section 8 Recordings. His range spans from experimental electronic music to Dubstep and Bassline with shades of classic Rave.
BIO FOR: Tim Ismag
Quickly becoming a highly sought after producer and appearing on renowned labels such as PlayMe, Subway, Wicky Lindows, and Section 8 -- Tim has been getting heavy dj support from the likes of Borgore, Toqrux, Sluggo, Nicon (Subway Music Group), Reid Spee