After a dispute with Astralwerks, they moved to Warp record label where they had a successful release Randa Roomet, an EP, adopting the new stage name Phoenecia.
Under Schematic, and always as Phoenecia, they released the EPs Odd Jobs (1999), and Oddjob Discrimination (2001) followed by the critically acclaimed full-length album Brownout in 2001. They followed it in 2010 with the album Echelon Mall and in 2011 by the album Demissions. 2011 saw also the release of the EP Good Man Bones
In late 1996, they finally decided to go their own way on, founding Schematic Records and signing debut artists such as Richard Devine, Scott Herren (Prefuse73, Savath & Savalas), Otto Von Schirach, Push Button Objects, and collaborating with the likes of Matmos, Autechre, Jamie Lidell, Matthew Herbert, and Glen Velez amongst many notable others.