BioJ Boogie's Dubtronic Science is a blunted blend of hip-hop grooves, sexy dubs, and beats for your sheets. DJ'ng for over 10 years J Boogie (AKA Justin Boland) remains one of the brightest new prospects of the Bay Area music scene. On his debut album, J-Boogie invites People Under the Stairs, Goapele, Capital A, Crown City Rockers, Gina Rene' of Soulstice and more to join him on the journey, creating a testament that all good music comes from the soul.
Formed in 1997, J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science released his critically acclaimed debut self titled artist album on Om Records including the hit single "Try Me" featuring Goapele and the bumpin' b-side "Movin' to my Beat" featuring People Under the Stairs. Boogies has also appeared on numerous compilations including the entire Om Lounge series (volume 1-8), Deeper Concentration, Ubiquity’s Audio Alchemy, Future Primitive’s Urban Revolutions and more. “The original idea was to combine different rhythms with hip-hop and dub featuring musical elements from around the world. Some of it to chill to, some of it to dance to, some of it to listen to with a friend.” explains Boogie. His remixes have been put to the test with Soulstice, Romanowski, Mark Farina, DJ Zeph, and Systemwide.
Alongside his production credits, J-Boogie can be found keeping San Francisco’s vibe running strong; on-air with two radio programs (Beatsauce –Voted “Best Hip-Hop Radio Show” -SF BAY GUARDIAN and “Roots to Branches” Fridays on 90.3 FM KUSF). J Boogie’s diverse DJ sets in the club have earned him a reputation for filling the dance floor. His residency at “Dub Mission” was voted “San Francisco’s Best Place to Hear Reggae” by the SF BAY GUARDIAN and Boogie is frequently heard DJ’ng around the world.