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. This maxi is taken from their debut album "Under Your Sky” (JCR 015). The fantastic soulful ‘So Blue It’s Black’ in three different great mixes (the CD also contains the Original Version): The Heavy Manners Mix by DJ Pulse and Professor Stretch uses only few vocal samples and puts the main focus on the beats – which are excellent. They will definitely not fail to rock the dancefloor. Headz-stuff. Juryman’s Aberash (aka Ian Simmonds) version is more on a jazzy tip. Breaks & Beats on speed, he spins out a nice mellow soundscape with gentle pulses. Phil Asher comes up with a superb House version under his well-known remix-name Restless Soul. As promo released by Island Blue in 2000, the track was heavily played by the likes of Gilles Peterson, Patrick Forge, Jazzanova, and all those lucky people who got hold of a copy.