DJ Zen is mostly into Psybient, Psy- Dub, downtempo, melodic trance and new emerging electronic music. He was born in France but is established in Quebec, Canada, since 1996. At an early age and thanks to his family, he was exposed to all kinds of music. His father brought him into contact with electronic music from Jean-Michel Jarre and Vangelis when he was 10 years old. From the ages of 15 to 25, he listened to hard rock and death metal and was part of a band, playing bass and electric guitar. DJ Zen is mostly self-taught, taking private music lessons, learning through books and watching music engineering DVD tutorials to constantly improve himself.
Beat Syndrome is a live electronic band with two members, Hamed Safi & Navid Mehr. Their production is a blend of live instruments, synthesizers, controllers and drum machines. They are passionate about music and their sound is not bound by any genres or trends.
A member of Filthy Crew and co-founder of the collective Oui-R1 (we are one), based in Montréal city, Peet aka dj AnimA, has worked within the night life community since the early 2000s. Crossing Canada coast to coast, having gone through the wild Rocky Mountains, the obscure jungles of the Central-America and the delighted islands of Caraibes. From his travels he connected with travelling supporters on various dancefloors!
Brace has had a diverse DJ career that began over 10 years ago and features many highlights as a turntablist, producer and DJ instructor. DJ Brace has won numerous turntablist battles, including the DMC Canadian Championship in 2004 and placing 8th in the world. In 2005 Brace released a self titled LP entitled Soundbarriers, with legend-prairie rapper Gruf. Brace's music can also be heard on the Fox TV hit Prison Break.