These guys didn't put out any "official" recordings under the name until 2013's "Phases & Repetitions" on John Dwyer's Castle Face Records, but self-released a series of CDr "LP"s in the early 00s, each with two long tracks of multiple strung-together songs in the format of the A and B sides of a record. Deeply baked dub-punk jams, saturated in echo and sqawking filters, glowing with the unmistakable sound of warehouse reverb. Throbbing bass and synth over big-room drums, occasional vocals buried in effects, the odd harmonica disruption. Pretty much exactly what you'd expect of a dub-centric project from the parties involved, which I mean in the mostly highly complimentary way.
Amazing stuff that has pretty much disappeared off the face of the earth. No discogs listings, no Youtube tracks. This is why we're here. Download both, get ripped, fade out.