The name HD4000 was inspired by the latest addition to their dual studios - the MPC4000, which replaced the MPC2000XL they used to sequence on. One of the main differences is that the new MPC has an internal hard drive, and so Hard Drive 4000 = HD4000. They received a lot of good feedback about "Guess Who" and continued making dubstep, eventually finding themselves up in the chat room of dubstep.fm with the radio deejays playing the newest tunes from HD4000. Before they knew it, Odeed and Wish had produced enough songs to compile HD4000's first album, Nu-Step, and to their surprise, it became the number 1 downloaded dubstep album on Juno.
They have releases out on several labels such as Filthy Digital, Dubstep Records, Left Side Recordings and their home label, W.E. Recordings. Artists they have worked with include some of the hottest producers in dubstep such as Kid Logic, The Widdler, Blackheart, Mr. Curtamos, Hellfire Machina, MK2, J Suave, Joint Forces, Caustik, Twitchdubs, and VoodooSteamBoat.
Now HD4000 has their own weekly show on dubstep.fm - Hits from the Hard Drive at 5pm PST on Sundays. Check it out, and join in with the dubstep.fm family in the chat room! You can find songs for sale by the HD4000 duo at www.junodownload.com, www.digital-tunes.net, www.dubsteprecords.com and http://werecords.addictech.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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