La Phaze certainly are a France electro-rock group whose design pulls from drum’n’bass and punk rock and roll specifically. Damny Baluteau (vocals, keyboards, bass) and Arnaud Fournier (electric guitar) founded the group in 1999 with the thought of synthesizing drum’n’bass and guitar-driven rock and roll into an electro-rock design that might be performed live. Following addition of DJ Mouf on turntables, La Phaze produced their commercial documenting debut in 2000 with Cushy Period, a six-track EP released in the Jarring Results label. A few years afterwards the group produced its full-length record debut with Pungle Streets (2002) in the label THE PRESENT DAY Factors, reissued a season later on the tiny Axe label along with an associated remix record, Punglistic Blend (2003). In 2004 Aurélien Walter (aka DJ Nevrax) changed DJ Mouf on turntables, as well as the group proceeded to released its second full-length record, Fin de Routine (2005), on Because Music, among the top French independent brands. Previous Superbus group member Guillaume Roussé (aka Rouzman; drums) after that replaced Walter for the 3rd Phaze record, Wonder (2008), which, like its forerunner, premiered on Because Music and strike the French albums graph.