Using the initials “DMT,” Drum Machine Technicians could easily be mistaken being a cookie-cutter rave act as opposed to the crafters of chunky, abstract electronic levels. Not knowing these were naming themselves after a fast-acting hallucinogen, Eddie Def and DJ Cue began DMT to help expand explore the dropped times of the fusion between hip-hop and digital music that was pioneered by such people as Afrika Bambaataa. With both DMT founders having an extended background in the hip-hop and turntablist/fight DJ moments, they wished to additional discover and concern barriers. They pointed out that digital music producers had been tinkering with hip-hop beats, but a lot of the hip-hop community was disregarding what was happening in the digital music realms. What resulted are albums filled with crunchy loops and weighty slices of audio, all produced on Akai MPC 2000 sampling drum devices. Their works match nearer to the darker noises of chunky, heavier IDM and also have minimal traces of scratching or hip-hop. Eddie Def and DJ Cue exchanged off single albums for the 1st four DMT attempts and then became a member of forces within the 5th. Both males also focus on outside, solo creation tasks and DJ Cue has Cue Information in California.