|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Keep The World Guessin'||17||Audio||2004||Zebra Traffic|
|3||Keep The World Guessin'||17||Audio||2004||Zebra Traffic|
|4||Set_Wrecka EP||6||Audio||2001||12 O'Clock Records|
Since forming in the last months of the last millennium, Digitek are now Brighton's premier Hip-Hop crew. Digitek combines Drum and Bass ambassador MC Junior Red; 15-year ragga-veteran MC Buzz; the clinically precise cuts of DJ IYE-95 with the hi-tech 12 O’clock sound of Pablo and Warwick.
The 2001 release of the "Set_Wrecka EP" encouraged many fans for the live shows, including support for Jeru the Damaja. The eagerly anticipated second EP "Arki-Tek-Ture" proved a favourite at live performances with New Flesh and Blackalicious in 2002.
A sizeable fan-base has built up through the unique energetic live shows. Reworking the ever changing set on-stage with extra samples, scratches and effects thrown in, ensures every gig is distinct. Each ends with an open microphone freestyle session over a new 12 O'clock instrumental.
Digitek performed live twice for the BBC Radio 1’s "1 Live in Brighton", played on 1Xtra and were awarded the "Favourite unsigned dance act" at the Brighton Music Awards 2003.