Over the last 20 years of making music, we’ve amassed over 150 remixes, 5 artist albums and over 30 singles and EPs. Here’s a section of our favourite releases.



”Hybrid's fifth artist album brings together Mike and Charlotte's passion for combining emotionally powered cinematic pieces with astute, intricate electronic production. This album is firmly based on the standards set by previous albums but here there's a clear development and evolution. Mike and Charlotte have taken another step forward and have created a cinematic, electronic album with songs that stylistically borrow from their teenage soundtracks of soul, funk & hip-hop.”



“Hybrid have taken their time to deliver a follow-up to 2006’s acclaimed I Choose Noise. For two years the duo of Chris Healings and Mike Truman have been working on this, their fourth studio album, and along the way brought vocalist Charlotte James aboard as an official member. The result of so many long nights, arranging the on-screen building blocks of contemporary electronic music: a collection that dares to dream beyond the restrictions of its pigeonhole.”


I Choose Noise (2006)

“Reigning breakbeat kings weigh in with their third full-length album 'I Choose Noise’. Hybrid again push their distinctive cutting-edge soundscapes to new depths, exploring untapped avenues and revisiting some of the trademark sounds that have made them so revered in electronic music. Again packing an arsenal of collaborators, Judie Tzuke, Peter Hook of New Order, Kirsty Hawkshaw of Opus III, Perry Farrell of Jane's Addiction and John Graham, and backed by the Seattle Session Orchestra and score composer Harry Gregson-Williams.”



“Hybrid have now been on the scene for 10 years and their sound is still as fresh as it was those years ago. Their debut album, ‘Wide Angle’ has gone on to sell in excess of 100,000 copies worldwide, and Hybrid were subsequently asked to support Moby on his North American tour in 2000. Morning Sci-Fi is their latest LP, and it features collaborations with Peter Hook, The Hermitage String Orchestra, Kirsty Hawkshaw and John Creamer. Part recorded in Russia and Wales.”


“Though the late '90s witnessed the advent of dozens of progressive-trance DJs and producers, few attempted to record a production LP. The British team Hybrid delivered the goods with their full-length debut Wide Angle. Befitting the cinematic nod in the title, Hybrid often bedrocks their productions with film-music flourishes indebted both to traditional orchestration and the rock-based John Barry school of soundtracking; even when they're spinning through futuristic, warped trance with a roster of cutting-edge effects, there's an undeniably cinematic grandeur to these productions.”