DJ Divine & The Infinity Machine
- DJ Divine
- DJ Kendu
- Reverend Will
- Def Jeff
- Freaky T
- MC Magic
- MC Bedrock
- Michael Goody
Based in Jamaica queens this group worked much of 1977 through 1985.
They toured with and provided sound systems for Afrika Bambaataa and the Soul Sonic Force, Super Rhymes, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Kurtis Blow, Love Bug Starski, Hollywood, Eddie Cheeba.
They are most famous for their sound system that carried 28 Cerwin Vega b-36′s, as well as Bertha’s, Altec voice of the theater mid’s and the original Cerwin Vega turntables.
Battles have included: The Disco Twins, Cipher Sounds, Phase3, The Sound experience, Spectrum City (with Chuck D and Hank Shock Lee) and the Devastating Sight & Sound.
DJ Divine’s vinyl appearances are few but he was Spyder D’s DJ on his early Profile outings before Spyder teamed up with DJ Doc (Ivan Doc Rodriguez of BDP fame).
DJ Divine is on “Placin’ The Beat” and “Buck Wheat’s Beat”.
DJ Divine’s solo record “Get Into the Mix” was released on West End Records in 1983 and featured an uncredited Spyder D on vocals.
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