HD4000 is actually two people: Odeed and Wish. After producing breaks together under various aliases since 2003, they discovered dubstep one evening in San Francisco - playing breaks at a underground party for a close friend of theirs. Odeed and Wish were the only act that night that wasn't playing dubstep, and after their set, they stayed to hear what it was all about.
Nuphlo is a British Asian electronic music producer hailing from Leeds. He is heavily influenced by the use of asian vocal samples in his work which ranges from dubstep to drum & bass. He is also part of 'The Nasha Experience' an alternative music collective based in London, with other members including; Sukh Knight, Ges-E, Osmani plus more.
Nameloc has been turning out tunes and spinning bass heavy beats that kept dancefloors shaking since 2004. Representing Dubfix crew, you can catch Nameloc on The Dented Sessions 'longside Phaded, DJ Solo and Whoa B reping Chicago on Dubstep.fm. With original tunes from the melodic "Below the Surface" released on W.
Jalebee Cartel has challenged the notion that dance music is a Western domain by single-handedly putting India on the international EDM map. Composed of four members, Arjun Vagale (laptop, mixing and scratching), Ashvin Mani Sharma (laptop and synths), Ash Roy (vocals and percussions) and G-force Arjun (backing vocals and bass), Jalebee has been taking India by storm for over three years.
There are 7 known bands named Chaosphere, from Finland, Italy, from Russia, Poland, Netherlands,Brazil, and Canada. Chaosphere (Canada)
A dubstep producer.
Bombaman (Matt Carl) is one half of the dubstep duo Loetech with XI from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. As Kid Kameleon put it in his column "Basic Needs" in the December 2007 issue of XLR8R, he makes dark, weird, boundry pushing music for you to meditate to in a club with large speakers.
Around age six, Searchl1te (aka Kee - BassByThePound Crew) appropriated the family tape recorder. Re-using abandoned cassette tapes, he documented his random glossolalia, the sound of the mic rubbing on various household objects, and interviews with his toddler brother about the state of the known universe.