Their first label release as P-Eye-Eye was on the seminal EMIT 2295 T:ME compilation album appearing alongside Coco Steel & The Lovebomb, Scanner and Woob. DJ Magazine June '95 review -- " ...Flinch not either from P-Eye-Eye's track (Lost at Sea) which jumped out and slapped me in the face with great panache! Not a 5am brainstorm from the chemically challenged as I first thought but a textural, moody one that reveals more with each pass... " The track was re-released in 2000 on a best of EMIT on Instinct Records USA, (Moby's first label).
Today P-Eye-Eye are now regarded as ambient / experimental music pioneers with their own unique sound, having been one of the first groups to use the RSS. (Roland Sound Space system) a 'Revolutionary sound processor that creates a three-dimensional sound environment using conventional two-channel playback. Today, it is an indispensable piece of equipment in all audio industry sectors'. See http://www.roland.com/about/en/development-history.html
P-Eye-Eye have worked with a wide range of experimental, dance, indie musicians, labels, filmmakers, even tribes and monks from around the world, to produce their many varied electronic releases, namley the - DataFlood album series, various live performances, radio, TV, film, multimedia soundtrack work and experimental ringtones.