Chemical Harmony (Brooks Williams formerly known as Retchid) is a DJ/Producer from Birmingham, Al now living in Orlando, FL. Originally one-half of Aesias Finale, having two songs featured on Mc Lars’s “This Gigantic Robot Kills” album, and a simultaneous solo project known as Brother Brooks. He has been writing and developing his music for 10 years, creating an individual style unlike anything in the UK or US, with a sound that is both lucid and original, an obscure delineation of the edgy electro scene and the nu-disco / indie dance movement. With influences like Fake Blood, John B, Chase and Status, Mstrkrft, Krafty Cutts, Lazy Rich, Wolfgang Gartner, Specimen A, Cold Blank, Deekline and Wizard. His credits include, a featured remix of the hit song “Never Die” on the Young Punx Podcast later signed to Mofohifi Records as an Official Remix, radio play on Big City Beats Radio in Germany, a Mc Lars collaboration track featured on G4 as part of the promotional campaign for American Ninja, his song “Something Wicca This Way Comes” can be heard on the “21 Concepts” album being released by Mc Lars. His debut album, Salt Symphony released May of 2010, under MK837 Records and was well received, with laud reviews by Progress Lovers (Turkey – Vanilla Club), Joel Armstrong (Canada – Red Room / Pop Opera / Baroque / System / Dot Dot / Proton Radio), Owlik (Russia – resident FM), HypnoticDuo (Lithuania – Eternal on Pure FM), G vs Ed Flow (Spain – Unusual Sounds, Black Mamba Records, La Cupula Music), DJ Randy G (United States – DJam Hassan – DJ FM – Playboi – Mike Jones – Cool Kids Ent), djclubbersdream (United States – Atlanta After Hours Shows, South Florida mix radio shows, Indianapolis DJ, 2 Saint Louis radio). Retchid has releases on Universal,Crappy,Horris,Mofohifi,2MR2 ,PWM,Oglio,Pure Logic,and MK837 Records.