Frank Herbert once said, "There is no ending. It's just the place where you stop the story." And in the case of MOZRT, stopping is the last thing on the mind of David Patino. What began as a collaborative work with his former partner has evolved into a one-man operation, and as he sees it, the start of just a new chapter in a story that began nearly two decades ago. An established dj in his own right, he hasbeen hand-picked to open for acts such as Skynet, Limewax, Evol Intent, Spor, Noisia, The Others, and Caspa, among others. In early 2012 the world got it's first taste of the production side of MOZRT when "Synthetic Symphony" was dropped. T his full-length mix featured primarily original material and remixes, and was more than just a hint ofthings to come.It wasn't long before the countless hours in the studio began to pay off, as MOZ RT caught the attention of Dub FX, owner of Convoy Records, for whom he produced a remix of their single "Wandering Love". Their second official release, the "Destroy the Silence" EP came out in July '12 on Free Love Digi and climbed to the #25 spot on Beatport's Top 100 Dubstep Chart, and #30 for Top 100 Drum & Bass releases. Never willing to let up, 2013 will continue to expand the diverse sound of MOZRT, and you can expect a onslaught of forthcoming releases. Starting the new year strong, MOZRT was commissioned to do 2 remixes for Silent J, a local dutch/complextro superstar feat. the lovely vocal talent of MISS KRYSTLE. Released on BOMBEATZ Music - it topped out at #14 on the Top 100 releases for hip-hip on the beatport charts. Next release due out in the coming months is a DRBLZ & EKIM_BAM tear-out remix that is sure to turn some heads.2013 is the Genesis for MOZRT, and You can trust he'll continue shredding any waves of inspiration the Universe throws his way.