Grown in a lab in the depths of Hertfordshire. Big into dubstep and disinformation. Wonders often if there's a difference between misinformation and disinformation. Incredibly lazy but prone to bouts of genius.
wAgAwAgA is essentially one man's attempt to brain up the dubstep scene, taking on a broader set of influences than most(from Duke Ellington to Radiohead to Chris Morris to bedrooms) and twisting them into new and interesting shapes. Featured on Mary-Anne Hobbs in 2008 after a single release on Immigrant Recordings. Bits and pieces are slowly emerging on different formats, and eventually he'll pull his finger out, get on the scene and start making a difference.
A seriously in-depth interview with wAgA can be found here:
"Ive recently setup www.cookinguprecords.com so that i can release music more frequently."