Rx, a Philadelphia-born, Brooklyn-based DJ, mixes inspiration from the underground of his hometown and the global scenes of New York, London, Detroit, and Kingston. In his deep and atmospheric cuts, or his high-energy bangers, Rx blends elements of dub, dubstep, hip hop, and techno, bringing quality, forward-thinking music to sound systems worldwide.

In 2009, the underground anthem, “Malt Liquor” hit pirate radio stations around the globe. A collaboration with Chae Hawk, the cut was rinsed by dubstep don Plastician and featured on the “Dubstep LA: Embrace The Renaissance Vol. 1,” the first rap/dubstep crossover mixtape.

2010 has been a prolific year for Rx:

Subdepth Records(UK) released two EPs, “New Years Day” and “Kaleidoscope Island”.

“Bumble,” a genre-bending, bouncey banger came out on Nightshifters (Berlin).

“Let It Spray,” a grimey East-meets-West Coast collaboration with LA-based rapper,

Mestizo, was released on Seclusiasis (Philly).

“Concussions,” a rap meets dubstep EP released on Abstract Logic Recordings (Atlanta).

Rx has produced remixes for Jupiter One, A Place To Bury Strangers and French Horn Rebellion. His upcoming releases will hit New York, Tokyo, and London.

No sub woofer will be safe from an Rx party.