Brooklyn Hype is an electronic outfit from the UK. Music produced spans multiple genres, most prominently Drum n Bass & Electro. Initially a solo project from Mark Chadwick, it all began with hardware samplers and audio slicing programs to create industrial-influenced sequences. Having developed technique and influence from a healthy drum n bass scene in 2005 he began DJ'ing under the name 'Brooklyn Hype'. Since then he has supported the likes of Pendulum, Sub Focus, TC, Nero, Shy FX and more.

2010 - Support from Hospital Records of a track named 'Eva' along with the teaming up with local Metal Vocalist/Drummer Mike Edwards aka 'Miggs'/'Mic Skillz'. 2011 - 'Can't Be Found' – a production involving vocalist 'Laura Whiteside' – was picked up and supported by BBC Introducing and led to the natural development of a long talked about live project debuted on the BBC Introducing stage at T in the Park festival. 2012 - Time spent in studio refining sound and writing new music.

Productions have gained DJ support from the likes of Pendulum, London Elektricity, Blu Mar Ten, John B, Radio 1, BBC's Bethan Elfyn & Tom Robinson.

Brooklyn Hype uses Ableton Live in both Live and Studio based projects.

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