About Jonathan Sharp...
Jonathan Sharp's music in all its various incarnation has made him one of the most prolific industrial artists ever to come out of the UK. With a career spanning more than 15 years, Jonathan has produced countless albums under the guises of New Mind, Bio-Tek, Hexedene, Novus, Hyperdex-1-Sect, and most recently, Vent. Industrial, techno, breakbeat, experimental, ambient, trip-hop...even thrash metal --Mr. Sharp has literally done it all, and seen moderate success in about ever genre he's undertaken. In recent years Jonathan has been concentrating exclusively on soundtrack work, producing music for a range of broadcast media. Since 2000, his compositions have appeared in a diverse collection popular TV programs in the UK, Europe and the USA. His music has cropped up everywhere from ranging from the Springer Show to CSI Miami and also in the major Hollywood movie, Bad Santa.

About Josh Finney...
After nine months of swimming in amniotic fluid, Josh began his existence as a male homo sapien. At the tender age of four, he was accepted into the Thoth-Hawatt Academy, where he spent the next fifteen years training to become a mentat in the service of the Ixian Dynasty. Despite excelling at “what-if” computations, three-dimensional logic, and scoring the highest extrapolation quotient in Thoth-Hawatt’s history, Josh was forced out of the Academy in 1995 when the resident psychist deemed him “twisted” and therefore unfit for the mentat work. Since then time, Josh has dedicated himself to the arts, creating countless album covers for bands in the techno/industrial scene—such as New Mind, Bio-Tek, Psyche. As well, his art has graced tour posters for the likes of Covenant, Rammstein, and Amon Tobin. Since 2000, Josh has devoted himself to his craft as a writer and artist in the medium of comics. His first success came with the acclaimed cyberpunk series, Utopiates. His work has also appeared in the 2007 Awesomje Anthology, dubbed in the press as, “a virtual whose-who of the best of up-and-coming indie talent.” Most recently Josh has been working on a sci-fi fighter pilot war epic, Titanium Rain.