What do you get when you combine elements of rhythm, sound and movement? a beautifully balanced mix of dub, ambience and drum and bass. Pitch Black's album 'rhythm, sound and movement' is the perfect formula - a collection of other artists' interpretations of songs from the hugely successful 'rude mechanicals' album. Paddy free and michael hodgson, the pair known as Pitch Black, have spent the last nine years rousing dance floor punters, generating rave reviews, winning awards and gaining thousands of fans across the world. Their music, a combination of musical journeys, is distinctive; ranging from organic ambient beginnings and layered soundscapes to skanking keyboards, cutting acid riffs and thumping rhythmic grooves, with dub being the glue that holds their sound together. Affectionately labelled the 'godfathers of kiwi electronica', Pitch Black have been gigging across the globe more often than in their home country New Zealand, going hard in many parts of the world - especially the virtual one. 'rhythm, sound and movement' covers a wide variety of styles from ambient through to downbeat dub, up to 4/4 stomping business and full-on drum'n'bass workouts. Featuring remixes of songs taken from their 'rude mechanicals' album, lovelingly manipulated by kiwi electron-herders international observer, simon flower and kerretta, American dub-tronica artists bluetech and patch, Melbourne-based deep fried dub and a wide range of other international remixers. An eclectic bunch of producers and artists has come together to transform the sounds of these respected kiwis and the result is a collection of Pitch Black's music as never heard before - a winning formula of rhythm, sound, movement.