Kode9 is a respected dubstep DJ/producer from London who’s also who owns the influential label Hyperdub. Created Steve Goodman in Glasgow, Scotland, he started DJing in 1990 at age group 16 and cites his 1st encounter with drum’n’bass as an integral impact on his potential career route. In 1997 he relocated to London and continuing performing like a DJ, rotating a fusion of breaks- and bass-heavy designs. In 2002 he produced his creation debut as Kode9 within the Tempa label and proceeded to discovered his personal label, Hyperdub, quickly afterward. The debut Hyperdub launch, Sine from the Dub (2004), is really a dubstep reworking of Prince’s “Indication o’ the changing times” billed to Kode9 and vocalist Daddi Gee, aka the Spaceape, a cooperation that could continue in following years. In 2005 Hyperdub released South London Boroughs, a seminal EP that proclaimed the documenting debut of Burial, whose full-length albums Burial (2006) and Untrue (2007) had been critically acclaimed and do very much to popularize dubstep internationally. On the other hand, furthermore to working his ever more popular label, Kode9 continuing releasing his very own production focus on Hyperdub, especially Memories into the future (2006), his full-length debut record using the Spaceape. He released his public mix record debut, Dubstep Allstars, Vol. 3 (2006), on Tempa, and implemented it four years afterwards with an installment within the !K7 label’s long-running DJ-Kicks series. Also an writer, he composed Sonic Warfare: Audio, Affect, as well as the Ecology of Dread (published in ’09 2009). The anxiety-ridden Dark Sunlight (2011) was Kode9’s second record using the Spaceape. In 2013, Kode9 blended Wash, Vol. 22 on Wash Recordings, and released the single 12″ “Xingfu Lu” on Hyperdub. Both these releases showed the increased impact from the Chicago footwork picture in his music; that same calendar year, Hyperdub also released DJ Rashad’s acclaimed Twice Cup album. Unfortunately, 2014 noticed the fatalities of both DJ Rashad as well as the Spaceape, who dropped his struggle with tumor in October, soon before his last EP with Kode9 (Getting rid of Season) premiered. Kode9’s debut full-length like a single artist, Nothing at all (2015), reflected both these losses.