GEIN - Cypher Talent
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GEIN

Man will begin to recover the moment he takes art as serious as physics, chemistry, or money.

With a mindset of D.I.Y. and a vision of the future, drum and bass and dubstep producers GEIN have unleashed their new record label BAD CHEMISTRY RECORDINGS on the world’s ears. With more then nine years of production credit, as well as, five years of record label management with HABIT RECORDINGS, the trio is set to stir up the bass music scene with a conceptual label that defies people’s set standards. With Bad Chemistry, GEIN is turning heads all across the board with collaborations you would come to expect and never expect, as well as, new solo material that breaks stereotypes. GEIN has support from major players in the music world such as Dj Hype who played “Ghetto Dope” feat. Mayhem on Kiss FM to the legendary Mix Master Mike who has been spotted playing their dubstep debut (“The Explicit E.P.” that was released on Reid Speed’s Play Me Records) out at clubs, as well as, Tech Itch, Evol Intent, and SPKTRM to name a few. The hype is growing daily.

With the first five releases, GEIN and Bad Chemistry brought us several quality songs from a stacked roster including Tech Itch and Jakes, The Legion, Demo and Ewun, The Chosen, SPKTRM, Cooh, Nanotek and more. This was just the beginning. Collaborations with Counterstrike, Symbl, and more, as well as, solo tracks from GEIN and several other artists to come. Not only has the group been focusing on their own label but also has been releasing with some of the biggest labels in drum and bass and dubstep over the last nine years, Moving Shadow, Evol Intent, Play Me, Tech Itch and Human to name few.

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