“Warehouse Dayz” is Bachelors of Science’s second album, and a represents a significant direction change for the duo. For their sophomore outing they have raised the bar as an electronic music act, dipping into a wealth of seemingly disparate influences – from Lemon Jelly, Portishead, LTJ Bukem, High Contrast, Daft Punk, Mylo and the Prodigy to Debussy, Frank Sinatra and Hunter S. Thompson - and combining these various styles to edge outwards of the genre they’re best known for. The result is a record that delights both on the well worn boards of a smoky club or the dimly lit hues of your living room.
From the electro influenced “Lost Inside”, via the cheeky reggae vibes of “Red Stripe”, the drum and bass ballad “Can’t Let Go”,
and the devastating “RipSaw” to the Burial tinged “Bombay Sapphire”, the Lindstrom inflected space-disco sounds of “Match Point” and the epic ‘amen break’ centred “The Rush”, the Bachelors of Science consistently surprise with a diverse palette of sounds, ensuring things never get stale.
"Just back from doing a few dates in the UK Bachelors Of Science will be back to tour Europe later in the year. They've already been getting overwhelming support from the likes of Basement Jaxx, LTJ Bukem, High Contrast and many others for prior releases and this album will surely re-introduce people to what an electronic album can be like." - KickKickSnare
"Takes the duo to a whole new dimension" - iDJ, April 2010
"Mega album ....with the current formats of drum & bass and electronic music albums ever changing, the guys have a unique outlook" - Knowledge
"A wonderfully musical strand of drum & bass music....a name to check throughout 2010" - Data Transmission
"Another solid LP" - Tillate
"Far from the obvious; even Roni Size of 2010?... gets better on every listen" - FlyGlobalMusic.com
"Far from being dancefloor generic" - Barcodezine.com
"Perfect soundtrack for the pre-party" - Notion