One of the unsung heroes of New England Drum & Bass is a woman named Lenore. Djing since the dawn of dnb in New England in the 90s, Lenore is known and widely respected for her seamless style of mixing and commanding presence behind the decks. It doesn't matter the style of dnb, she does it all. Co-founding Elements in 1999, she represents the legacy of drum & bass with style, grace and class. Her night has brought in local, regional, national and international talent to Boston, building the reputation of one of the most prestigious dnb events in the country and the world.



Fox has been a fan of electronic music since his early years, playing in a number of bands and later in college, learning how to DJ. But it was his love of industrial music and hip hop that came together in the sound of drum and bass, which became his passion. Fox's DJ skills were honed on his radio show, Sunday Mass on Kunninmindz and later at his drum and bass night, Shadow Technics, in Cambridge. Moving beyond being a bedroom producer, he started the Boston group The Statesmen with Furious, Hallifax, and Aske and had a number of releases on various labels. In 2012, he became a resident at the prestigious night, Elements, joining founders Crook and Lenore where he remains to this day. Fox's DJ style has evolved over the years to include a wide range of sounds. His tight mixing and varied song selection finds fans of all styles of drum and bass.