a.k.a Elie Eidelman, born 1975 in NYC, raised in Jerusalem. Started spinning his way through the local dance-floors in the early 90's, with strong influence from punk rock and the new European rave scean. In 1997 co-founded the collective '100 meters beneath the ground', a group of musicians and promoters that organized the largest underground raves in the middle east, contributing to Israeli club culture, until 2002. Moved to Tel Aviv in 1998 and quickly was absorbed into the city's notorious nightlife, during it's most flourishing years of peace, where he spun, promoted, booked, designed flyers/posters, hosted international artist, and did PR and music/artistic consultant to leading clubs, lines, events, magazines and various projects. Monthly resident in major alternative dance clubs Dinamo Dvash and Sofabeat, founder of the lines Crispy Creamy @ kosmonuat and Sweatshop. During this period he formed his unique freestyle attitude of blending and stirring different genre's of music, playing against normal conventions of single genre per performance.
Although the versatile styles, there is always distinct feel of funk and elements of emotion, started working as journalist and music critic in 'Jerusalem Post' during 1999 and soon found himself involving in all production aspects of '42 ma'alot' culture magazine, including all events. Later publisher of vinyl review magazine 'Junkers', first dj catered magazine in Israel. From 2003-2005 elie has been the marketing director of Dj school of contemporary music, where he founded and hosted the popular 'long live the vinyl' market and the schools artist workshops with renowned international guests. today you can catch dj humus exciting dancefloors around the world and working fiercely in the studio on new trax.