Roska (born Wayne Goodlitt 13th January 1983), started as a UK Garage MC under the name Mentor around 1998. As scene and sounds change, Mentor slowly changed to Mentor Roska to Roska and slowly moved from MC to Producer/ DJ.
A producer most famous for his release "Pulse X" in 2002 which is considered one of the first 8-bar tracks. He was heavily involved in the movement in the early 2000s which came to be known as grime. Used to be part of the grime crew Musical Mob.
Breakage (b. James Boyle), is a London, UK drum and bass / jungle / dubstep producer / DJ, of the Inperspective Records camp. He has numerous releases on Reinforced, Inperspective & Bassbin (labels recognized as dedicated to the future sound of 'drum and bass').
Tipped as one of the producers to watch in 2011 by FACT Magazine, the hype surrounding newcomer Melé already has heads taking notice. At just 19, he is already recognised as a promising producer with a series of releases that have got both artists and critics hungry for more.
Tunnidge needs little introduction: one of the few producers to have two releases on the seminal Deep Medi imprint, the first to be signed to Chestplate Records following Distance's expansion of the label and co-owner of Origin Audio alongside Cyrus.
Seiji is a pseudonym of Paul Dolby, from London, UK. His recording début was producer / engineer / keyboards / drum programming / vocals on Dai Bass' "Reach Out Of The Darkness" (1992, Active) and the latest is the single "Seiji4" (Jul 2011, Seiji).