Messiah'el Bey is a veteran poet and performer, and has made numerous appearances at the Nuyorican Poets Café, Bowery Poetry Club, City College, ABC NoRio and other venues, and has shared the stage with Dead Prez and Common among many others. In 2000 he produced "Ghetto Wars, part 1: The Glass Onion" a compilation of New York underground poets. In 2003 with El Fuma, a collaboration with poet Qiniso Mdhladha (aka "Charleston Chu") he released "Naked Bones," an album of political and social satire created with spoken words and twisted beats. In 2010 Messiah'el authored and published a number of books and papers on mysticism, magic and the Necronomicon Tradition, and in 2012 released his first novel Brooklyn Geisha.
Steve Berson is a multi-instrumentalist (performing on cello, electric bass, guitar, keyboards, dilruba, bouzouki, djimbe, dumbec, bamboo recorders, and whatever else he get his hands on) and an audio engineer who works out of his own mastering studio, Total Sonic Media. You can read full bios of Steve here and here.