U.K. trip-hop trio, Babyfox recorded some dark downtempo electronica back in the mid 1990s. The band's two albums, A Normal Family and Dum Dum Baby went virtually unnoticed in the States, overshadowed by bigger beatmakers like Portishead and Massive Attack. However, their debut album received accolades from NME, stating "a startling and essential debut; a dazzling dub masterpiece." Their sound with its glossy production was more suited for lite trip-pop-oriented listeners of Morcheeba and Moloko. Their drum-n-bass style fused with some chill dark beats featured some great late-night grooves. Highlights include the reggae dub-vibe on "Celebrate/Curlylocks" and the sinister yet sexy singles, "Dum Dum Baby" and "Hallow'een."