Ned Kelly and six foot three Professor Stretch decided to call themselves The Underwolves. Their debut album, "Under Your Sky”, may have its roots in drum and bass but it also absorbs soul, jazz and hip hop into a sound bristling with power (Shaken), sophistication (In Between) and above all fine song writing. Consequently, you don’t need to be an aficionado of hard step, jump up or any of the genre’s sub divisions to embrace the passion of the tracks like "68 Moves”. Unwilling to churn out a dozen hammering club tracks, they brought in Jeb Loy Nichols (behind an acclaimed album of it’s own, the folk rock of 1997’s Lovers Knot) to both provide vocals and song writing expertise. Other vocals are provided by Madeline Edgehill of all female reggae band ACABU and Ghetto Priest from African Headcharge, who Stretch remixed for 1998’s Drums of Defiance project on Dub Guru Adrian Sherwood’s On-U-Sound label.