Rave Pioneers Sunscreem Return
Friday, October 12, 2001
The band was formed off the back of Britain's first acid house revolution of the late 80s and snapped up a deal with Sony after playing just 5 gigs. By 1996, though, they found themselves without a record deal, and a completed though unreleased album. Hooking up with a techie minded fan who'd kindly built them their own site, they went on to sell the record directly over the net, in the process selling thousands which enabled them to return to the studio to continue producing.
Ten Miles High consists of recent remixes and white label tunes they've pressed up over the last two years including Change, Matt Darey's Catch and Push's version of Who Will Save Me Now. Check out music-village.com to hear and buy the new album directly.