Born in LA to a family group for whom music was all-important, Matthew Alsberg started learning acoustic guitar and piano as a kid, and by enough time he signed up for senior high school (where he counted Murs, Two times K from People Beneath the Stairways, and Eligh among his peers) he was also taking part in bass and trombone, learning both jazz and classical music, in addition to hearing a lot of punk and hip-hop; he actually started to rap himself, though he quickly stepped out of this and relocated to production function instead. A dynamic participant within the L.A. underground rap picture, Alsberg, who was simply now going from the name AntiMC, self-released his 1st recording in 1998; he was also contacted by friend Radioinactive for assist with Radioinactive’s Mush Information debut, Pyramidi, which arrived in 2001. Mush co-founder Robert Curcio, who at that time was a pal of Alsberg’s, was impressed with what he noticed and asked him to become listed on the label. The producer’s EP, Work, premiered in 2003, accompanied by his debut full-length, Bitter Breaks, later on that 12 months. In 2004 AntiMC and Radioinactive teamed up once again free of charge Kamal, and after touring like a bandmember in Growth Bip, the multi-instrumentalist released It’s Free of charge, But IT ISN’T Cheap in 2006.