Plutonic Labs music ranges from ambient sound sculptures to futuristic Hip-Hop beats, the diversity of which is presented in art installations, films, performance soundtracks, and recordings on CD and vinyl.
His Debut LP Give Me Sabotage Shell was released in 2001 to a broad market and was strongly received in Australia and overseas, featuring on Englands Radio 1 Ninjatunes Solid Steel show with amazing DJ reactions. Plutonic Lab found fans all over the world from the likes of Aim, Herbaliser and Freddy Fresh to name but a few. Plutonic Lab is in the final stages of perfecting his upcoming solo LP.
Muphin has proved himself a consummate all rounder, winning the 2001 Victorian Verbal Mechanics Freestyle Battle Competition and since then performing countless live shows. His reflective and conscious song writing had its debut LP in 2003 with More Than Music.
Supports for international artists include, J-Zone (US), Mystik Journeymen (US), Sage Francis (US), Anticon (US), People Under the Stairs (UK), Foreign Legion (US) and locals Hilltop Hoods, Koolism and Lazy Grey.
They have released three albums together to date: Hunger Pains, (2004) Silence the Sirens, (2006) & …And Then Tomorrow Came, (2008)
Muph solo: Who I Am (1999) & More Than Music (2003)|Plutonic Lab solo: Give Me Sabotage Shell, (2001) Collision Of Days, (2004) & Codes Over Colours, (2005)