This is album number three for Digital but the first in collaboration with J-Tek partner in crime, Outrage. Judging by the depth and quality delivered, this is set to be the latest in a long line of successful friendships that have marked Digital's career.
The full CD release of Red Letter hit the shops earlier this week, following the vinyl release at the start of the month, and the duo are already hitting the road for a heavy tour that will take in Europe, America, New Zealand and Australia. When Knowledge calls them up they are on the long road home from a particularly heavy night, having showcased the new album material at Mongrel in Bristol's Black Swan. We leave them in peace at a petrol station and instead catch up via email the next day.
Both producers are no stranger to collaborating, with Outrage having made a name for himself at the turn of the century allayed to Amit (then producing as Tronic) and has since gone on to team up with talented vocalist Kirsty Hawkshaw on his Whisper Audio imprint.