As a unit, Ali Friend, Richard Thair and David Ayers produced some of the most iconic UK dance music of the 90s. The trio have benn and still are a foundational pillar of London's mighty Warp label and, alongside the likes of Squarepusher and even the God-like presence of AFX, they will go down in history as having produced some pretty pioneering stuff. They've disbanded and regrouped several times throughout the years, and their last album for Warp came in 2000; sadly, we're not getting a new one here, but we are getting a masterfully repackaged version of their debut album, Prince Blimey. This is electronica-trip-hop-techno at its finest, blending all the best of those genres. There's moody instruments, deep basslines, psychedelic tones spewing from all angles, and a subtle hint of junglist culture. It's a timeless album and, if you haven't properly tasted it yet, we recommend you to do so. You'll wonder how you've gone on without it.