London, England-based clothing formed simply by music journalist Tom Doyle and former On U Audio engineer Anth Brownish. Originally referred to as Electrical Music, the Scottish-born duo was pressured to include AKA with their name following a risk of legal actions from previous Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos. They produced their debut in 2000 using the grandly entitled North London Spiritualist Chapel. The recording juxtaposed vintage electronica, indie acoustic guitar rock and roll and Doyle’s wistful vocals to significant impact, echoing the modus operandi utilized by fellow UK oddballs the Beta Music group. Following the shock termination from the ZubiZaretta/Grand Royal alliance, the duo released their second recording via Sanctuary Information. The unforgettable cover shot from the Resurrection Show positioned Doyle and Dark brown in the fantastic Hall of London’s Alexandra Palace. The music in a matter of didn’t match the organic warmness generated from the duo’s debut, nevertheless, with ‘Something Up With The Celebrities’ and ‘Some Shiny Shining Long term’ the stand-out songs.