In 1995 a Manchester band called Sub Sub lost everything in a studio fire. The group had a club-friendly hit in "Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use)" and had teamed up with Tricky and New Order frontman Bernard Sumner to create the trippy tunes so popular on the Mancunian rave scene. But, never completely happy in their roles as techno-pop ambassadors, the boys of Sub Sub became even more disillusioned after the fire. The music became more complex, haunting and orchestral. The songs became mainstays on indie stations rather than hits on Radio One. Sub... More >>>