Linus and Amy's debut album was written from the viewpoint of a girl dealing with lost love. It is the experience of self doubt and insecurities that result from heartbreak that inspired the album. "These feelings rise to the surface and can leave one teetering on the edge of the black below."
The album ranges from downbeat melancholic ballads to hypnotic techno grooves, and has been described as "underground electronic pop in the vein of Massive Attack." Respected Producer, Ulrich Schnauss described the album as "a very engaging combination of gentle electronics and dancey grooves.'
"The Black Below Remix Album" features both established veterans of the dance music scene Howie B, Terry Francis, Alsion Marks, Alexi Delano and Russ Gabriel, as well as some of today's best producers and DJs Mononoid, Joseph S. Joyce, Jem Stone, Mike Bryant, Tunnel and Ashwin Khosa.
Having remixed everyone from U2 to Björk, Howie B brings his musical polymath to "Arsonist's Daughter" turning the track into a deep acid house jam. As one of the original residents of London's Fabric, Terry Francis is a mainstay of the House Music scene. His remix combines two of Linus and Amy's signature tracks using parts of "Our Secret Tunnel" and "Follow Me Down". The combination of syncopated rhythms and trippy vibes make his remix a delight for all Tech-House DJs.