In the fall of 2009, Sean Farrell and Max Pote linked up to produce their first track together, which quickly lead to over an albums worth of songs in two weeks. Their talent is not individual. Their music is a culmination of edgy electronic sounds mixed with the darker side of hip hop. With a combined 12 years of production behind them, Max and Sean have a promising future in the music industry. Two different personalities from polar-opposite backgrounds, with two different lifestyles. What makes them unique is their uncontrollable infatuation with noise. Music is not only their passion; it is their way of life. After releasing their first album, The Protohype, they switched up their sound and moved their production directly into a new form of Dub Step, which they refer to as Dub Hop. Protohype recently dropped their second album, Filthy; which -- as promised -- delivered trunk rattling bass mashed up with dirty vocals and head nodding drums. Protohype finished up their third album, Genre Genocide, which showcased Protohype's versatile ability to make all genre's of electronic music. Get ready for their fourth album; Techknowledgy.