Bradley has over 15 years of live sound experience working with renowned music venues and major label artists. He has been teaching music production for over 8 years at internationally recognized schools where he has been head instructor for Beat Lab, Electronic Music and Live Sound programs.
As a mix engineer he has worked with critically- acclaimed artists including RZA, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Bone Thugs n Harmony, Stevie Wonder, Bad Religion, Steel Panther, Soulfly, Nofx, The Roots, Mobb Deep and Gwar.
Bradley is an internationally-recognized DJ and recording artist producing under the monikers, DJ Evol and RISC. With music featured on BBC Radio, Fuel TV, Scion AV, Spotify, ITunes, and SoundCloud. The DJ Evol moniker has been an established player on the national drum and bass scene for many years, releasing on the highly lauded UK labels True Playaz and Urban Takeover.
Originally from Chicago, Evol has found a home in LA and brings years of experience in bass music production from residencies and radio to the West Coast, a fact which is not lost on the dance floors he habitually incinerates. Evol has also brought his thick talent at the decks to the SMOG family’s wide variety of parties and productions.
A longstanding member of SMOG, Evol was featured on the very first release from the crew’s own record label with his smash hit “Sickness,” which was played on heavy rotation by Plastician on RinseFM and subsequently promoted in his mix “Wake Up Call.”
A respected name in the international electronic music community, Bradley has produced under is moniker RISC on Green Velvet’s Relief Records, Chicago’s UKR records, Berlin’s established GND records and Spain’s N&N records, along with a steady slew of new releases and remixes coming in the next few months.
Currently his music is supported by: Carl Cox, Green Velvet, Ben Sims, Dj Pierre, DVS1, Luke Slater, Laurent Garnier, Mark Broom, Derrick May, Joeseph Capriati, Paco Osuna, Ken Ishii, Dan Curtin, Dj Hyperactive, Truncate, Gary Beck, Cari Lekibush, Paul Birken, Skream, Submerge, and S- File.