With the hugely influential Beneath the Surface album and production for Freestyle Fellowship to his credit, Omid continues to enhance his reputation as one of LAs most respected producers. He's the rare hiphop veteran who refuses to let time or universal adulation weaken his creative instincts.

Over the last several years he's remixed The Beastie Boys, produced music for Mary Joy's 'Tags of the Times', appeared alongside Anti-pop Consortium and El-P on 'Constant Elevation' for Astralwerks, and produced tracks for many of the brightest lights in Los Angeles underground hiphop (2Mex, Abstract Rude, Aceyalone, Busdriver, Dilated Peoples, and Sach). His 2002 instrumental release 'Distant Drummer' and 2003 Mush debut 'Monolith' have only solidified Omid as one of the most sought after producers in hiphop.