Silicone Soul, made up of techno minds Graeme Reedie and Craig Morrison, holds the torch helping membership/dance music in Scotland. Hailing from Glasgow, Reedie and Morrison immediately clicked as children, for both had been punk misfits who cherished music. They shaped a band, Deceased Town Radio, and performed countless gigs around their hometown. The fireplace of both, nevertheless, flickered out after Morrison observed a Primal Scream display, and almost instantly they scrapped their obnoxious snarl for an electric outlook. The first ’90s had been spent frolicking with techtronics, palling around with Slam’s Stuart McMillan and Orde Meikle while getting confidence as home music makers. Developing Depth Perception Information by 1996 and creating Silicone Soul like a legit take action, Reedie and Morrison inked a cope with Soma in 1998 and released three raved songs, “Climbing Wall space,” “All Nite Long,” and “Directly on 4 Tha Darkness.” The duo obtained praise from a number of the genre’s forerunners (Laurent Garnier, Pete Tong, Andrew Weatherall) and performed festival times at Roskilde and T within the Recreation area, remaining perfectionists within their scope of complex home music. Debut LP A Spirit Thing adopted in 2000.