Nick Annand & Greg Fleming AKA Deekline & Wizard have spent the last five years building a reputation as one of the foremost production outfits in electronic music. With a dizzying array of club smashing hits already under their belts, the release of their 2nd album, “Back Up, Coming Through!”, on the world renowned Against The Grain records on 13th April 2009, will cement their position as the premier dance-floor duo that they most definitely are. Dj Deekline came to prominence with his era defining top-ten anthem, ‘Don’t Smoke The Reefer’, which sold by the truckload and effortlessly placed him at the vanguard of the Two-step, Garage and Breakbeat movements. Greg meanwhile was carving out a career as an in demand studio wizard, working with the likes of Xpress 2 and The Chemical Brothers, and gaining notoriety for his unswerving drive and deft production abilities. After a quick aside - ‘Get Dirty Baby’ as The Booty Bouncers, - Nick & Greg unleashed an astonishing long player, ‘Breaks, Beats & Blondes’. Weighing in at a fulsome thirteen tracks the album was notable not only for its stylistic breadth, taking in Electro, Reggae, Two-step, House and Breaks but also for its heavy use of vocals from the likes of scene players Yolanda and Spoonface, giving a more human depth to the set. Championed by the Dance music fraternity it opened up a new chapter in Breakbeat, as the scene’s emphasis changed from tracks for a sweaty backroom boys club to music with real soul and sex appeal.