Veteran of the Houston jungle/drum and bass scene, BMC started deejaying in 1994. He quickly became one of Houston's most sought after drum and bass DJs. He has traveled throughout the United States playing venues of varying sizes, from club nights to massive raves. He also published Tha Pride, one of America's only drum and bass magazines, from 1997-2001. DJ, promoter, and now producer, BMC has also been making tracks for the last four years. Production credits include "The Attack" as featured on the videogame Amped: Freestyle Snowboarding 2. In 2008 is BMC's remix of Lenky Don's "More Weed" on Starlight Records dropped which was his first vinyl release. He has also collaborated with local, award winning Latin singer Karina Nistal for her new single "Nothing for me". 2009 was a busy year for BMC, not only dj'in all over the south, but he released his first lp with Joe B and Suma of the Rebel Crew fame entitled "Heavy Heights' a raw mix of dubstep, dnb, and hip hop. BMC, along with his Texas Dub - crew mate, Intager started a new label called Eye-Ten Recordings. And had numerous releases on other labels such as "Shift Recordings, Betamorph, Dirty Circuit, Stupid Fly and others. 2010 is looking to be even more hectic with dj bookings through out the US and even more releases already lined up. He has also started a side project with Bukkha, F8, with releases set to drop on Dirty Circuit and Filthy already signed up for early this year.