There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Breaker was a Heavy metal band from Calgary in Canada. They made one EP in 1982 called “In Days of Heavy Metal”.
The mighty General Levy gained worldwide fame for his 1994 jungle hit 'Incredible', although by then he'd already received several accolades such as Best British Reggae Single, Best British Reggae Album, and Best British Reggae MC. Levy has previously toured with the likes of Buju Banton and Chaka Demus & Pliers, whilst his long list of collaborations includes celebrated artists such as Sly and Robbie, Heatwave, Desmond Decker, Aswad, Jamelia and Shola Ama. More recently he's worked with dance artists I Kamanchi, Krafty Kuts and Kayestone etc.
Whetu Kay aka Phetsta was introduced to the D & B sound during his final year of High School in 2000 after relocating from New Zealand to Perth, Australia. Tracks such as Ed Rush & Optical's "Locuste", BC's "Inside the Machine" and Konflict's releases on RenegadeHardware instantly appealed to him. The following year he started producing his own tracks and never looked back. After writing solo and DJ'ing around Perth, he joined forces with Ross Deschamp aka Rregula (former guitarist of WAMI Award winning band "The Dirty Whittler") to form Bad Robot in 2004.
October aka Julian Smith, is a Bristol based techno/dubstep producer and DJ. Head of Caravan Records, October's productions can be described as organic analog dub techno excursions.
PsychoFreud aka Anders Figenschow is a 31 year old producer and DJ situated in Oslo, Norway. Focusing on ragga drumandbass / jungle, reggae and hiphop, he usually blends a reggae flavour into every sound he touches. His drumandbass usually has reggae vocals both known or unknown vocalists with a production setting a standard rarely heard elsewhere. His crew, Vikings Champion Sound, consists of a group of very talented DJ's and producers, aiming to entertain musiclovers in any country.