B(if)tek
B(if)tek were an Australian electronic music duo comprising Kate Crawford and Nicole Skeltys, which formed in Canberra in 1994. They released three albums, Sub-Vocal Theme Park (1996), 2020 (2000) and Frequencies Will Move Together (2003) before disbanding in 2003. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1999 B(if)tek were nominated as Best Dance Release for the track, "Bedrock" which appeared on their second album.
B(if)tek
B(if)tek were an Australian electronic music duo comprising Kate Crawford and Nicole Skeltys, which formed in Canberra in 1994. They released three albums, Sub-Vocal Theme Park (1996), 2020 (2000) and Frequencies Will Move Together (2003) before disbanding in 2003. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1999 B(if)tek were nominated as Best Dance Release for the track, "Bedrock" which appeared on their second album.