Bryan Hollon aka Boom Bip is a musician and producer. He set off on a path of discovering original hip hop sample material on classic jazz and funk albums that littered the Cincinnati thrift stores. In 1995 he began doing his own radioshow on WAIF FM and started DJing at small clubs in the area. In 1997 he released his first record with Mush Records. In 1998 he made his breakthrough album "Circle" together with rapper Dose One that gained the attention of legendary John Peel on BBC Radio who invited him to do two Peel Sessions. In 2001 he signed to the then Warp sublabel Lex Records. In 2002 his first record on Lex was released and he had the opportunity to play larger festivals such as Glastonbury, Pukkelpop, Coachella and many more. Other artists which resulted in some successful remixes from bands like Mogwai, Boards Of Canada, Venetian Snares, Lali Puna, M83, Oasis and others. Bryan also has a project called Neon Neon with Gruff Rhys of Super Furry Animals which went on to be nominated for a Mercury Prize along side Radiohead, Adele and Burial. In recent months, Bryan Hollon & Stella Mozgawa have been heard performing a live electronic set in Los Angeles under the moniker Belief. Their self titled first record came out in 2022.