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The first incarnation of Black Science Orchestra began life in 1992 when Ashley Beedle joined forces with Rob Mello and their debut release, "Where were you?" exploded onto the global dance scene via the iconic UK house label Junior Boys Own. Broken in the US by the Godfather of House, Frankie Knuckles, "Where were you?" entered into the hallowed halls of immortal dance music. Black Science Orchestra has become one of the most respected deep house acts of the 1990s, with the revered album "Walter's Room" and the legendary genre crossing "New Jersey Deep" track that is considered one of the top dance tracks of all time and rarely leaves discerning DJs' record boxes. Fast forward 29 years and original BSO founding fathers, Ashley and Rob, decided to reform Black Science Orchestra, inviting long time musical and studio accomplice Darren Morris to join the collective. The pandemic forced a challenging approach to the first new productions, which were conducted remotely between Rob and Darren's studios. They first decided to work on some remixes together to start the collaborative process and the first release was a remix package of "Ghosts" by Terry Farley's The Spaces Between ft. legendary house music vocalist Harry Dennis. 29 years after their first release, not only had the founding members reunited, but their first remix since reforming was with the original Junior Boys Own label boss. In April Razor N Tape then released BSO's reworks of Culebro's "Jungle Fire" alongside Danny Krivit's edit which went straight to no.1 on Juno. BSO are currently rerecording a new version of "New Jersey Deep" alongside original productions featuring vocalists Amy Douglas, Lou Hayter, Corrina Joseph (Basement Jaxx) and Rob Gallagher (Galliano/Earl Zinger) amongst others. The Black Science Orchestra conductors are back and mean serious dance floor business!