Remixing duo Zero dB has imaginatively altered tracks for a narrow swath of European downbeat acts, earning its credentials with radical post-productions of material by Peace Orchestra, Trüby Trio, and Suba, among others. Zero dB regulars Chris Vogado and Frank de Jojo (aka Neil Combstock) formed around their own label, Fluid Ounce, which has released records by Zero dB solo projects as well as John Kong + Moonstarr and Carmel. The duo's production partnership debuted with "Come Party," a single praised by many in the Compost/G-Stoned/Ubiquity axis of post-acid jazz dance, and continued on with more material during 2000-2001. The label compilation Fluid Ounce: Unmeasured appeared in 2002, and the remix collection Reconstruction followed in April 2003. Three years later their debut full-length, Bongos, Bleeps & Basslines, came out on Ninja Tune. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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