The duo’s first full-length album, ‘Phantom Theory’, appeared on Junior in March of 2003. Although a few of their methods lean uncomfortably close to Underworld [their labelmates on the respected JBO label], the duo of Phil Dockerty and Alex Tepper illustrate their reputation as handy producers to stock in a crate with a set of 12 able productions, each in a different bag. ‘Another Hit’ is a great example of the high-stepping British house track, ‘Late at Night’ an excellent twist on the typically detached, debauched electroclash production, and ‘Kato’s Revenge’ a solid mid-tempo breaks track. The duo even jump on the post-club auto atmospherics of Dirty Vegas with ‘On My Mind’ and dip into minimal techno for ‘Sparc’ [and, yes, that’s just the first half of Phantom Theory]. Setting to one side their schizophrenic production personality, their commitment to everyman dance music is hard to argue with.
Edited by phillxander on 1 Jun 2007, 16:59
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