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Hailing from Split, Croatia, VRH initially got into music by playing in various metal and hardcore bands. At the age of sixteen, he got interested in music production, primarily in Hip-Hop, IDM and Dub. Eventually he discovered Drum and Bass music and started producing tunes in that genre under the name of Implant. His firsts gigs were in his hometown club, Kocka, which is where he met VJ Xplode.

The two formed LoopJunkies, and as a team they became club residents at Kocka , doing a series of DnB parties under the name Karantena (Quarantine), and bringing international guests, such as BTK, Black Sun Empire, Danny Wheeler, Jade, Bad Company, Masheen, Allied, Loxy, Temper D, Codex, Treo and many others. LoopJunkies are also the founders of the Burning the Beach annual summer festival.

After the release of his debut EP, Get Mad (Black Hoe Recordings) and being featured on several VA albums, VRH released what would be his first best-seller on Digital Tunes, Fuck the Funk, with Treo on Temper D Productions. The Addict EP (Wayside) followed and tracks Angry Motherfucker and Collaps appearing on another Nightmare VA compilation. His first LP, The Blue Scout, was released in 2010, featuring such artists as Identity, Treo , Recall and Kr4y.

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