Nemanja Kostic, aka Noone Costelo, was born in Belgrade, Serbia. Costelo showed his first interest in music production 1997. In 2001 he began producing and mixing electronic music. He DJ's regularly in Belgrade clubs such as: Club Peoples, Club Office, Movie Bar, Schnapps Bar... In 2009, Costelo performed with great success at the IAC Festival in Brussels. In 2010 he participated on Exit Music Festival. Right after, he released more than 30 releases for various records labels (as DJ Koja).
Stanny Abram's passion for music evolved in mid 80's listening to, at the time very popular, radio Luxemburg. Starting with two tape recorders his enthusiasm was immediately noticed and introduced to a fellow DJ Amado Sallinas. They teamed up and started learning different techniques of mixing on record players. House and at the time more popular Acid House soon replaced Italo Disco which gained him a lot of air time in some of the hottest clubs in Slovenia.
Andreja Zelic known as "Andreja Z" and recently also as "WeltSchmerz" was born in Begrade (Serbia), 31 years ago. His career had started in New York, where he had bought his first turntables and vinyls. During the 90s, his was interesting in early Techno scene in “Industia”, leading night club in Belgrade in that period, and instantly consumed by the first wave of Techno music. Not long time after that, his life path was completely formed, and he began to explore various forms of electronic music. Mostly attracted by Detroit and Funky Hard Techno sound, he started to play music.
DJ GrujA is a DJ and a producer from Belgrade, Serbia. His first success was when his track "Activated" was released on "Carl Cox - Live at Dance Valley 2008" and "Carl Cox and Friends" CDs. After that he did a track called "Tom & Snaree" that found the way to "Carl Cox 24/7" DVD. In year 2008. he started a label called "Debuger" that gathered a lot of young and perspective producers.