From an early age Phelan Kane has been a purveyor of electronic music. Visiting the legendary BlueBird records long before UNKLE's James Lavelle, Phelan soaked up the latest hip hop and Go Go releases in the mid '80s thatled to ardent following of the likes of DJ Froggy and Pete Tong in Blues & Soul magazine.In 1987 Phelan was introduced to the Chicago & Detroit sound and the legendary Tony Humphries KISS FM radio show on a trip to New York, while back in the UK the emerging underground sound ushered in likes of Jazzy M's Jacking Z one on LWR Radio, KISS FM, Centreforce, Phantasy and the legendary parties held by MFI, Sunrise and Genesis.Ever a devotee, this obsession continued through the next twenty years or so of rave culture and all its associated web of genres and styles, from the birth of Drum & Bass, the invention of Tech House & the early DMZ Dubstep parties.By the late '90s, after graduating from Islington Music Workshop, the same engineering school that gave the world Grammy winner producer Paul Epworth, Kane was engineering and programming professionally andover the next decade clocked up a formidable roster including Placebo (Pure Morning, Every Me Every You,20 Years), Witness (Before the Calm), Dido (Here With Me remix), Amanda Ghost (Ghost Stories), Snow Patrol (Starfighter Pilot), Elastica (Mad Dog), Aziz Ibrahim (Our Fold), Alabama 3 (Too Sick to Pray), Deus (IdealCrash remix), Fangoria (El Extraño Viaje), Das Pop (I Love, The Human Thing) & Lalalover (Heliotropic).In 2001 Phelan worked closely with pioneering synth Mute recording artist, the late great Fad Gadget a.k.a.Frank Tovey, playing an instrumental part in Fad Gadget's support on Depeche Mode's 2001 ‘Exciter' tour andas part of the Fad Gadget band, performing at Euro Rock in Benelux and Wembley Arena. Around this time Kane also began teaching his cutting-edge production techniques at Tech Music School, London where, in 2001, he taught Radiohead members Ed O'Brien and Phil Selway and in 2006 he completed a Masters degree in Audio Technology. He became one of the first wave of Ableton Certified Trainers in 2007 and Kane has recently embarked on the path of Digital Audio DSP with study for a second Masters in Digital Music Processing. Phelan Kane's sound is a seamless mix of analogue and digital thump, a collage of modular synth, outboardeffects, plug-ins, mixing desk and computer - a mix of FX and sounds cut on the fly. This is the audio soundtrack to a psychedelic biomechanical future.