Not to end up being confused with the ’70s Italian prog-rock band of exactly the same name, PFM were the foundation of a few of the most popular ambient/intelligent jungle music — including “Only” and “For all those” — through the style’s 1995-96 heyday. Pairing hard, moving amen breaks with warm, fizzing analog melodies and lysergic atmospherics, PFM’s greatest material sits close to early Photek, Peshay, Supply Immediate, and LTJ Bukem monitors such as for example “Dolphin Melody,” “Rock Killer,” and “Music” as spearheading a far more listener-friendly design of drum’n’bass, one which includes since seduced the widest market of jungle’s many offshoots. The duo of Mike Bolton and Jamie Saker, PFM (longform: Intensifying Future Music) had been among the initial artists connected with LTJ Bukem’s Great Looking/Looking Great labels, launching such early monitors such as for example “Clean Over Me” and “The Traditional western Melody” to great acclaim and assisting to solidy the now-prevailing label’s quality sound. The duo released some more singles in 1996 before dissolving their romantic relationship with BEAUTIFUL in 1997. Nevertheless, after the discharge of 1999’s Entrance on Program Group, they came back to BEAUTIFUL for an EP that also highlighted Alaska, Paradox and Cedar. Manufacturer 02 implemented in springtime 2002.