Bryan Black started his career as a sound designer for Prince. While working with Prince at Paisley Park Studios, Bryan learned and honed sound and production skills which inspired him to start his own band. Bryan released 3 LPs as 'Haloblack' in the 1990's and eventually moved to London England and launched a band called XLOVER (Gigolo Records) and then another band called MOTOR. The first MOTOR demo was quickly signed to Novamute. After 2 singles, MOTOR were catapulted to the top of the techno world, sharing stages with Daft Punk and Kraftwerk at major festivals, and later embarking on a World tour supporting Depeche Mode in 2009.
In 2011 Bryan formed Black Asteroid. Black Asteroid signed to CLR and the debut 'Engine' was an instant hit.