UK duo comprising DJs Chris ‘Cass’ Cutbush and Pete ‘Slide’ Martin, Cass And Slide found prominence for the wave of the intensifying house craze in the united kingdom through 2000 and 2001, however in truth their design has proved stronger. The two fulfilled at the improbable location of Soaring Rhino Information, the psychedelic trance label where Cass was supervisor for just two years. Slip’s ‘Confusional Condition’ was the icebreaker, a deep and groovy monitor that demonstrated something of the landmark for the label. Within weeks of their conference both teamed up with Lee Burridge, developing Fire Recordings in-may 2000. Their debut ‘Understanding’ was authorized to Additive, but independently label ‘Opera’ produced rave evaluations from the united kingdom press in the summertime of 2000. This cemented the respect that they had currently gained from superstar DJs Sasha, Dave Seaman and Danny Tenaglia. Open fire became a well-respected home label as well as the duo released their recording debut Burning up The Candle At Both Ends early in 2002. It displays them to become more than intensifying house experts with some effective down-tempo materials, including an emotive cover of Terence Trent D’Arby’s ‘Indication Your Name’ and an improbable however effective visitor appearance from Jason Donovan. An appearance on BBC Radio 1’s Necessary Mix towards the finish of 2001 brought even more recognition having a broadly varied set, as well as the first assortment of their remixes showcased a hardcore, minimal undertake home, majoring on groovy bass lines and deep, dark textures.