Since his move from Mumbai to Los Angeles in 2013, B.R.E.E.D has not only grabbed hold of the west coast 'Glitch' sound, but extended his influence on it and created something new. The 2 time Indian DMC champ (under the name DJ Nasha) has also released music on Muti Music / Ministry of Sound / Jack Knife / Top Billin / High Chai / Foreign Familiar.
Here's a little of what Rolling Stone (India) has to say about B.R.E.E.D,
"The artist has just wrapped up work on his new album, Binate, which will release on San Francisco label, Muti Music. Says the dance music producer about his latest LP: "Binate means 'yolked together' and a coming of the soul with the digital side. As you will hear, a lot of the tracks have soulful vocal tracks laced with piano and strings but also have that funk-hop, low-end element to it." D'Souza came up with "drumstep" ["I call drumstep the bastard child of hiphop and drum & bass," he explains] when his EP Incu-Bass came out in 2011. And though his latest release features only one drumstep track, it has more "funk-hop".
B.R.E.E.D is a natural taste maker, riding the cusp of contemporary influence and fusing well established genres to evolve the auditory status quo.