Inveterate remixers in the midst of England's busy dance scene, Futureshock came up in the fold of the country's most respected dance label, Junior Boys Own, home to Underworld and the Chemical Brothers.
Formed by Birmingham natives Alex Tepper and Phil Dockerty, the act initially raised its profile with remixes of Moby and Chemical Brothers, as well as a co-writing job with Underworld on the single "Question (Why Why Why)." Tepper and Dockerty's label Fuju began putting out Futureshock material in 2000, led by "Sparc," which popped up in sets from dozens of DJs including Carl Cox and Nick Warren. The duo's first full-length, Phantom Theory, appeared on Junior in March of 2003. ~ John Bush, Rovi