From their North London studio,
Dan Tyler and Conrad McDonnell (aka the Idjut Boys) run three record labels and produce their infectious dub-heavy disco sampling house for many more. They formed their first label, U-Star, in '94 on the back of their successful club nights of the same name. Labels Discfunction and Noid followed soon therafter, as did a debut full-length for Scotland's premier deep house imprint, Glasgow Underground (Life, The Shoeing You Deserve) and a few singles for the excellent Nuphonic imprint. Since then, the Idjuts have performed remixes for the likes of Dimitri From Paris, (the late) Erot, and Muzique Tropique. "Full Length," "Turntable Turbulance," and "Whoktish" (all taken from The U-Star Daze) are provided by kind permission of San Francisco's Jaded Musak.
The U-Star Daze