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Los Angeles, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Electronic Punk




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Still working on that hot first release.



I lived in Tokyo, Japan for 10 years. That's a decade in Blade Runner City, the neon city, the future>> 

I decided to speed up my return to the US after the fuuuucking Fukushima Nuclear Disaster blew up in my face. I was living in Tokyo when the earthquake and nuke disaster went down.  Strange days when you open the Japan Times weather section and right next to 85 and sunny is the radiation report for the day. But thats another story.

If you are a fan of The Prodigy, Rage Against The Machine, Atari Teenage Riot, Dub, and VANGELIS (Blade Runner), you gotta ride with me on this one.  Cyberpunk music.

Here is a short performance of me Live in The Dojo:


Big bass, big analog sounds, big breaks, spaceship synths, the future>>.  As a musician I feel I gotta push music forward.  To explore new sounds, new ways of recording.  To take people on a journey.  Every song flows into the next.  

When you come to the live show, you will be transported to a neon city high in space. Neon, geishas, bonsai trees, sake, memories of Tokyo. Very similar to my studio, aka The Dojo. 

An escape. Like Pink Floyd "Live in Pompeii" in space.  An album you can listen to from start to finish.  People got enough problems these days in normal life, so I wanted to make an album where you can close your eyes and really travel to the neon drenched future.  Sounds you have never heard before.  Blade Runner, 2001: A Space Odyssey.

100% Pure Analog:


Music is Oxygen:


Lyrically I've got a message about technology and how it is effecting our lives.  We gotta live life more in balance with these new internet machines.  We are now living in a world where everyone is always online, always connected. What I am saying is we need to disconnect and leave the phone at home.  Punk music against the machines.  I am not against the internet, but I am trying to make people aware that the internet is a machine that can be turned on and off at any time.  To make people aware of putting all your information online.  No network is 100% secure, and as our lives become more and more connected we have to protect ourselves.  

If big internet (Google, Facebook etc) had it their way, we would spend all our time online, because the more time we spend online the more money they make.

I read stories about youngsters committing suicide over social media.  I gotta get the message out that you can disconnect and come join me in the underground.  When everyone is doing the same thing, it's time to turn the ship in the other direction.

Grew up in the 90s. 
BBSes, baud rates, 2600 Magazine, Kevin Mitnik, Dialers, Tone Generators.

Small town USA to San Francisco, to Tokyo, to NYC, back to Tokyo, to LA.

The Prodigy, R.A.T.M, Orbital, Atari Teenage Riot, United DJs of America, Superstar DJ Keoki, Rabbit in the Moon, Hardfloor, Acid House, Chicago house, Vangelis, Black Sabbath, War Pigs, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Daft Punk, Drum n Bass, Goldie, MC Skibadee, Raves, Jungle.

"The computer, instead of helping us, enforces it's way of thinking on me, and that's very dangerous. That's why I haven't bought such a machine..." -VANGELIS (July 1990 issue of Sound On Sound) 

"Today it’s all software based so it’s much more accessible. But the danger is that it all sort of sounds the same.. It’s very easy to stay purely in the digital realm because it does everything." – Moby

I couldn't agree more with those two statements.  Technology is great in many ways, and before I use to produce 100% inside a computer. But I started going back and researching old synths, old drum machines, and the sound that I get out of these things is like nothing else.  It just sounds so raw.  Humans, we are from the earth, we need analog sounds in our life.  You can feel and hear the difference.  

You will hear a lot of pure 100% analog sounds in my music.

It's time to go back to the roots.

Sound exploration.


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