Alongside his brother Komodo, Hosta (aka Nick Burton) has helped foster a booming and international bass scene. The Komodo Dubs shows have reached huge heights, both with their diverse headliners (Shackleton, RSD, Sukh Knight, 2562) and their immense reception. As a DJ, Hosta is known for mixing and matching everything from deep dub to “Wot U Call it?” and frequently enjoys taking risks in his selections, always keeping his main goal in mind: raising the energy on the dance floor to new heights.
Komodo is a Montreal-based composer, musician and DJ who specializes in playing fast dub basslines on the Australian didgeridoo, as well as producing heavy beats and bass, and playing an assortment of other instruments such as Turkish flute and frame drum. His DJ sets feature live performance on his instruments and showcase many of his original tracks produced specifically for his live shows. In Montreal, Komodo currently runs a bass music night called Komodo Dubs that has been graced by such international electronic music luminaries as Shackleton, 2562, Benga, and Caspa.
One-half of Creatures of Habit with Amir Javasoul, which will have their live debut at Piknic, Stereo resident Maher Daniel’s star has been on the rise these past few years, having recently signed to Dubfire's Bullitt Agency. He also frequently collaborates with Montrealer Gab Rhome.