The members of the group are David Noller and Scott Weiser. David got his start spinning in clubs back in the 80's, where he used to use a vocoder and play samples over dance music using an Emulator. After graduating high school in 1985 David attended Full Sail School for the Recording Arts in Orlando Florida where he earned his degree in recording arts. Then in 1986, he signed to Bass Station Records in Miami, Florida and founded Dynamix II, that year he did "Just Give the Dj a Break" (Which has sold over 600,000 copies in America to date). Shortly thereafter he met Scott, who has been playing piano since the age of six and synthesizers since the early 80's. They decided to build a studio and bring together their collection of drum machines, samplers and analog gear. Together, they have been releasing electronic dance albums for over a decade, and packing dance floors with their cult classics, new releases and remixes. Vowing to always stay stay true to their underground roots, they comment on their success, stating, " We rely solely on the word of mouth from our fans. Our music has always sold because it is good, not because of some promotional hype". 19 years later, the duo is going through a major revival because of today's resurgence of electro music. Their older classic songs are being sampled by bands like EON,The Cotton Club and The Chemical Brothers to name a few. "It's odd," Dynamix II explain, "many of the club kids at the parties we play weren't even born when Just Give the Dj a Break came out in 1986, so many of them have never heard of us and think that we are new."