U.K Producer Pete Lunn started out on the scene as part of 90's collective Soundsation, best known for crashing the UK chart with their Kravitz sampling classic 'Peace & Joy'. A string of releases followed on his own label 'SOS Recordings' and found favour with the likes of Pete Tong, John Digweed, Sasha, Armin Van Buuren and Judge Jules. After a break from the dance scene Pete made a return in 2007 with the single 'Tea & Sympathy' and followed it in 2008 with the full length album 'SEASIDER'. The record's success saw it reach the album dance chart on itunes and paved the way for the massive follow up LP 'Everything is Number'. Pete's sound gets its roots from classic progressive house, but with a wide taste in music he's been known to take inspiration from anything between 80's pop and widescreen indie rock.