Creation duo Knuckleheadz — Jon Langford (see also Mr. Bishi) and Warren Clarke (also Lab Rats and Strange Technology) — hail from Bournemouth, a energetic little city within the British Southern Coast. Both worked well there as DJs before starting up in the middle-’90s and shifting towards the mecca of dance music — London. Although scene in the administrative centre is definitely kinder to intensifying and trance functions, the pair offers largely stuck with their initial love, hard home, and performed well. They possess produced several very popular singles and remixes and performed at best dance venues around the world. Their initial notable work was a dual A-side packaging the monitors “Home Rocca” and “Convert the Fucking Music Up.” Released in 1997, it received a lot of acclaim in the mass media and was included on various dance compilations, like the well-known Tony De Vit Reside in Tokyo. From then on, work emerged in dense and fast from a few of the most reputed names available. Their remix from the Pianoheadz’s “It’s Over” was between the highlights from the London membership circuit in 1998; United kingdom “very DJs” Judge Jules and Pete Tong couldn’t obtain enough from the monitor. That same calendar year, the Knuckleheadz do themselves no damage at all using the one release “INCREASE YOUR Hands.” The very DJs spun it, the clubbers dug it, and record shop customers got it. Their following providing — a remix of the favorite monitor “Beatbox” by German superstar Dial M for Moguai — had not been as commercially effective, but a huge strike in the night clubs and on the renowned Spanish party isle of Ibiza. A calendar year later, these were back the studio room applying their remixing abilities towards the once-popular monitor “You & Me” by Rhyme Period Productions. In 2000, another unique solitary was planned; entitled “Upfront,” it had been released combined with the melody “Misunderstandings.” A huge hit in both shops and night clubs, the tune managed to get onto a number of well-known compilation CDs. The next yr, the Knuckleheadz had been recruited to remix for Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue.