Cybin











Biog:

Cybin exploded onto the Drum & Bass scene in 1999 with the mighty ‘Roller,’ their debut release which was also the first release on the legendary MC GQ’s Emcee Recordings imprint and a tune that touched the drum & bass scene scene worldwide. ‘Roller’ received club and radio play by some of the scenes biggest DJs and hit no 9 in the official BBC Radio 1 D&B chart.

The duo went on to produce, a stream of subsequent releases with Emcee and during this time performed at venues around the country as DJs and with a Live PA featuring vocal support from MCGQ and later SP MC. Representing Emcee recordings, Cybin also mixed the cover CD for issue 47 of long standing drum & bass magazine Knowledge (Kmag).

During the summer of 2003 Cybin set up their own label, Lockdown Recordings, which went on to be a huge success and is now about to drop it’s twenty forth release, with distribution provided by Alpha Magic, Nu - Urban Music and more recently Cygnus Music.

Alongside releases on Lockdown and Emcee in 2005 Cybin also had several releases through Trouble On Vinyl, one of the biggest and longest standing labels in the scene, on the acclaimed Here Comes Trouble EP series, an individual 12inch single release and also another production featured on TOV’s ‘Fast Lane 2’ CD album mixed by DJ Friction.

Cybin’ s releases through Emcee, Lockdown and TOV have received club and radio support from the biggest Djs in Drum & Bass music including: Goldie, Grooverider (Radio1), Friction (Radio 1) Bailey (Radio 1Xtra), Hype (Kiss 101), Andy C, Ray Keith, JJ Frost, Roni Size, DJ Storm, DJ Die, A Sides, Klute and Serial Killaz.

Throughout the course of their time with Emcee Recordings and representing Lockdown Recordings and TOV, Cybin have appeared at some of the biggest venues for some of the biggest promotions across the UK including a number of live PA performances at Fabric Live @ Fabric (London) and DJ sets at DnBA @ Republic (Sheffield), Clash of the Titans @ Academy (Bristol), Legends of the Dark Black @ Dance Academy (Plymouth) and many, many more. As well as press coverage in Knowledge and ATM magazines, Dogs on Acid, Drum And Bass Arena and in 2011 were guests on Grooverider’s Radio 1 show.