Lostep is a production duo composed of Australians Luke Chable and Phil K. They have released singles on labels such as Eq [Grey]. Additionally, their music has appeared on compilations by Sasha and Dave Seaman. In April 2006, Lostep released their first full album, Because We Can on GU Music. The pair also DJ together.
Way Out West are an English electronic music duo consisting of producers Jody Wisternoff and Nick Warren. They rose to fame in the 1990s with their UK chart hits "The Gift" and "Ajare", and have since released five studio albums; Way Out West, Intensify, Don't Look Now, We Love Machine, and Tuesday Maybe. They have produced and performed together for over twenty five years.
Hybrid are a British electronic music group previously based in Swansea, Wales, now based in Worcestershire, comprising Mike Truman and Charlotte James. Beginning in 1995, Mike Truman and previous band member Chris Healings were primarily known as a breakbeat collective, although they overlapped considerably with progressive house and trance. However, the band are now taking a more structured approach to song writing, with the addition of Charlotte James contributing to the writing and vocal process and developing their work in film scores and film music production. Hybrid are considered pioneers of the electronic genre, and have produced four studio albums, all garnering critical acclaim. They are known for their cinematic approach to their production, specifically with the use of orchestral sounds, which is particularly notable on their debut album Wide Angle when they collaborated with the Russian Federal Orchestra. Also over their career, they have produced over 100 remixes for over 40 artists including U2, Moby, Rob Dougan, R.E.M., The Future Sound of London. In 2015, Chris Healings left the group to concentrate on a solo career in sound design and DJing.