Ambient dub-techno duo Sounds from the bottom first found prominence through the mid-’90s using the landmark productions “Triangle” (1994) and “Collect” (1995). After launching these two effective singles, the duo — London, England-based manufacturers Elliot Jones and Nick Woolfson — crafted their debut long-player, Kin (1996). The singles, along with the record, had been released in the General Egg label, as the well-known ambient label Waveform released the record in the us to some warm reception. Regardless of the quick begin, Sounds from the bottom didn’t come back with another long-player until 1999 with Mosaic (released in the U.S. the next year, once more through Waveform, as Terra Firma). Through the 2000s, Jones and Woolfson had been prolific, because they released meticulously crafted downtempo materials with a combined mix of analog and digital equipment. Among their produces during this extend had been Organic Selection (2003), Large Increasing (2006), and Brightwhitelight (2008). With the first 1 / 2 of the following 10 years, they remastered and reissued Kin, plus they continuing their steady function rate with extra albums like the Maze (2010), Widerworld (2012), and Tribes (2013). In 2014, they celebrated their 20th 12 months with the launch from the limited-edition, vinyl-only Alchemy.