Global Communication is an electronic music act, composed of Tom Middleton and Mark Pritchard. Their debut LP, 76:14 is one of the most acclaimed albums from the ambient music genre and from 1990s electronic music in general.[citation needed]

Beyond their work as Global Communication, they have also recorded as Jedi Knights, Secret Ingredients, The Chameleon, Link & E621 and Reload; have done multiple remixes for various artists under each of their aliases, (including a 1993 Reload remix of "On" by Aphex Twin and a 1997 Jedi Knights remix of "Home" by Depeche Mode; and founded the Evolution Records and Universal Language Productions labels.

Pritchard has also recorded as Link, Harmonic 313, Troubleman, NY Connection, William Parrott, and Roberto Edwardo Turner (The Returner). His other collaborative efforts include Harmonic 33 and Use of Weapons with Dave Brinkworth, Series 7 with Stephen Horne, Shaft[disambiguation needed] with Adrian Hughes, Vertigo with Danny Breaks, The 28 East Boyz with Kevin Hann, Chaos & Julia Set with Dominic Fripp, Mystic Institute with Paul Kent, Pulusha with Kirsty Hawkshaw, and Africa HiTech with Steve Spacek

Middleton has also recorded as Cosmos, AMBA, The Modwheel, The Rebus Project, Schizophrenia, E621, and Spiritcatcher. He has worked collaboratively with Matthew Herbert and Mark Darby, releasing one eponymous EP as Fog City. As Schizophrenia Middleton collaborated with Aphex Twin on one track from the Analogue Bubblebath EP. He is currently releasing records eponymously, and has released multiple DJ Mix Compilations.

As Global Communication:

As Reload (at first, a Mark Pritchard solo project, later including Tom Middleton):

As Reload & E621:

As Link (Mark Pritchard Solo):

As Link & E621:

As The Chameleon:

As Secret Ingredients:

As Jedi Knights:

Evolution Records Compilation:

Remixes as Global Communication:

Remixes as Reload:

Remixes as Jedi Knights:

Remixes as The Chameleon: