Trick Or Treat began producing back in 1997; their first major release being "Wannabe" on their own label, Clean Cut Records, which was championed by Steve Jackson on his morning Kiss 100 show. From this, the boys gained immediate recognition in the UK Garage scene, and their label's reputation has continued to grow, supported by respected DJs such as EZ, Luck & Neat and The Artful Dodger, who have licensed tracks from the boys' catalogue to garage compilation albums such as Pure Garage II & Re-Rewind.
They also produce countless "bootlegs", many of which have been extremely successful; the most famous of which is the remix of Baby D's "Let Me Be Your Fantasy", which went straight into the Top 40 at number 13, even though there was virtually no press or advertising for the single.
As a result of this success, the boys have been busy remixing tracks for labels such as Positiva, Incentive, Echo, Chrysalis, Boiler house amongst others, and a close inspection of these remixes will reveal a different style each time; something which many of today's other garage remixers fail to deliver.
Not only do they remix with ingenuity, Trick Or Treat also produce some of the most cutting-edge original garage around, and their catalogue demonstrates how versatile and varied their music can be.