On Ninja Tune
Hexstatic are Stuart Warren Hill and Robin Brunson, and together they have been consistently breaking new ground in Audio and Visual entertainment since 1995.
Hexstatic started experimenting with video at the first Big Chill festival and then went on to become resident VJ's at Ninjatune's famous Stealth night and a host of other UK clubs.
They collaborated with Coldcut and Greenpeace for the Natural Rhythms Trilogy, which included the award winning AV single Timber.
Hexstatic released the UK's first completely AV album entitled Rewind in August 2000.
Past work includes collaboration with David Byrne at Lisbon Expo and the first live AV show at the spectacular Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
They are regular contributors to new media festivals such as onedotzero and have produced work for the BBC and Channel 4 amongst others.
Hexstatic have been instrumental in developing the Pioneer DVJ-X1 professional DVD player, being the first to demo at Sonar 2004.
In 2002 Hexstatic recorded Listen and Learn,.. the second and widely acclaimed instalment in Ninjatune's Solid Steel mix CD series.
Oct 2004 sees the release of Master View, the second AV album from Hexstatic. This lush beats and electro album comes as a groundbreaking CD\DVD and features synchronised videos for every track and extras including 3D anaglyph versions of selected videos.