Derrick Carter is acknowledged as one of the best and most technically proficient house DJs in the world. One of the pinnacles of Chicago house music's '90s wave, with innovative productions, flawless technical skills and an effortlessly joyful attitude of rocking a crowd. His sets are rooted in house, but he freely travels outside conformative club tastes, incorporating old-school disco, and whatever else catches his fancy. Above all, Derrick is respected by most as one of the best DJs in the world.
From his beginnings as an electro, ska and disco influenced hip-hop DJ, Dave has developed into one of the most unconventional, uncompromising and biggest names in techno.
Dave has spent the last 15 years continuously living up to the title 'Baron Of Techno', a moniker originally bestowed onto him by legendary BBC taste-maker John Peel. He is also a celebrated radio pioneer who helms his own long running White Noise show (which also spawned a label of the same name).
Howard Bernstein is a Scottish livewire; you can call him Howie B. Inspired by John Peel, engineered for Bjork, collaborated with avant-gardist Jon Hassell, DJed for U2, hung out with William Burroughs, produced guitar legend Ry Cooder, pals with the Doors' Ray Manzarek, recorded with Pulp. Oh, and released stuff on Mo Wax (and then started his own label for good measure). Frankly, it sounds like the work of ten men.