This electronic duo from London, England, has been around for quite sometime. Since 1995, Andy Cato and Tom Findlay have been spinning tracks like “Superstylin’” and “I See You Baby,” as well as recording eight studio albums.
Introduced to each other at a young age, this duo has had ears for British culture and the electro dance scene. So after Cato’s girlfriend introduced the two, they got down to work. In “Superstylin’,” the roots of dub are combined with a classic British backbeat.
Groove Armada’s tracks have been used on multiple platforms throughout pop culture. From video games such as Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc and Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3, to the films Tomb Raider and Get Carter, these guys have spanned their sound throughout the world to a vast audience.
So next time you see someone trying to get down to the dance-based songs of Groove Armada, just tell them, “I see you, baby, shakin’ that ass,” and hopefully they will give respect to the duo who’ve rocked electronic music for about 20 years.