The project Dip appeared in 1997 composed of two musicians, Sergey Bobrov (Di99er) and Sergey Stanovov (Dj Sergey Placid). The basic direction of creation for Dip are styles of House and Techno.
In 2000, the group collaborated with MC Propan to write a few hip-hop tracks. During the course of a year, those tracks made it’s way onto the sound systems of many clubs in Moscow. The first officially published track of the collective was the composition “Come Back” from the compilation “Discotech – Progressive House” on Grand Records in 2001. Their contribution to the compilation was due to their support of electronic musician and producer, as well as one of founders of Russian label Solaris Station, Evgeniy Rodionov.
In 2002, Dip took part in a project in association with Kurindas at a club called ‘City’, along with such musicians and deejays as The Greenpoint Dub Orchestra, LMC project, Alina Sekventsiya, DJ Fish and DJ Dima Fly. Later that year the musicians of project Dip submerged deeper into the world of techno and ambient, doing parallel remixes of compositions by different musicians and sharpening their skills as DJs.
In 2005, the group’s debut album, “Something to share”, saw the light of day. The project of Dip were invited to play by the organizers of the annual summer festival ‘Kazantip’ that same year. On their own time the participants of Dip still continue their journeys as DJs.