Phil Mison and Pete Herbert were at the helm of British disco. The Eivissa heroes and sun gods in the mix.
Reverso 68 is the studio project of producers/DJs Pete Herbert and Phil Mison. The two met many moons ago whilst Phil was a resident at Café Del Mar in Ibiza and bought records from Pete who was running record shops in Soho, London at the time, just before he opened the infamous Atlas Records vinyl emporium. As well as DJ-ing extensively around the globe for more than a decade and working together, they have also both recorded and released their own projects, Phil as Cantoma on Music For Dreams, and Pete as Bakazou, LSB and Optimus for Eskimo, and as Cuica for Ubiquity. Over the years Reverso 68 have released several singles including Piece Together and Tokyo Disco, as well as some highly acclaimed remixes for The Juan MacLean, Manhead, Bent and Richard Dorfmeister, to name but a few. The Reverso 68 sound is a deep mix of balearic disco and spaced out, melodic electronica.