|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Be There||3||Audio||2001||Primal Records|
|3||Freak / Be There (Remixes)||3||Audio||Three Sixty Records|
|5||#9 / Sticky Mess||2||Audio||20051200||Slow Motion Sequence|
|6||Be There||3||Audio||2001||Primal Records|
Berkeley-based Primal Records has a knack of unearthing fresh new talent - the mysterious Envelope is no exception. Formed by the ubiquitous Ted E. Graham (no relation to the cookie - although his friends may say otherwise), Envelope makes deep, grooving music that capably bridges the gap between techno and house. He can now be added to Primal Records' hall of fame that already includes The Lumpheads, Tony Hewitt and Terry Francis, aka T. Collective, and Crispin J. Glover. Listen to "Be There" for a glimpse of the glorious West Coast tech-house sound.