The ambient glitch-pop debuted on Soup (Skam, 1998) by Bola (the project of English electronic musician Darrel Fitton) was similar to Boards Of Canada's, wrapped in spectral breakbeats and lush electronic ambience. Fyuti (Skam, 2001) and especially Gnayse (Skam, 2004), that toyed with neoclassical strings, and to some extent Kroungrine (Skald, 2007), whose highlight was the 15-minute Diamortem, attempted to introduce a more cinematic and melodic quality.