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Goem started mid 1996 when Roel Meelkop gave Frans de Waard a smallelectronic device, which he found in a thriftshop in Rotterdam. Thedevice was called the Student Stimulator. Until today it is unknownwhat it was used for, but most likely it was part of a researchprogram exploring the mysteries of human sleep. The machine justgenerates […]

Lawrence English

Lawrence English is media artist, composer and curator based in Brisbane, Australia. Working across a broad range of aesthetic investigations, English’s work is eclectic characterised by long-term explorations into themes surrounding audio/visual environments, found sound/vision, subtle transformation of public space and sonic art works that exist at the very edge of perception. For over a […]

Drum Komputer

Side project of NY artists Dietrich Schoenemann and Taylor Deupree, both formerly part of Prototype 909. Drumkomputer is mainly focused on atmospheric intelligent techno and ambient electro.

Richard Chartier

Richard Chartier (American, b.1971) is a Los Angeles based artist and is considered one of the key figures in the current of reductionist sound known as both “microsound” and Neo-Modernist. Chartier’s minimalist digital work explores the inter-relationships between the spatial nature of sound, silence, focus, perception and the act of listening itself. Chartier’s critically acclaimed […]

Jodi Cave

Jodi Cave is a sound artist and musician from from the UK. He was braught up in a small town near Sheffield playing the clarinet, went to study music, and then in 2006 completed a research internship at the ircam in Paris. Jodi’s work ecompasses studio-based electronics, laptop performance and instrumental composition. His first widely […]

Kim Cascone

Kim Cascone has been involved with electronic music for more than 20 years since his studies at Berklee College of Music and at the New School (with Dana McCurdy) during the 1970s. In the 1980s Cascone worked with David Lynch as Assistant Music Editor on both Twin Peaks and Wild at Heart. He left the […]

Frank Bretschneider

Frank Bretschneider is a musician, composer and video artist in Berlin. His work is known for precise sound placement, complex, interwoven rhythm structures and its minimal, flowing approach. Bretschneider’s subtle and detailed music is echoed by his visuals: perfect translated realizations of the qualities found in music within visual phenomena. Bretschneider (1956) was raised in […]


Autistici creates audio narratives aimed at exploring the interchange between sound and space. Space in this context also includes the subjective space held within the listener. In this realm, reflection and fantasy recontextualise the sound according to the listener’s inner world or psyche. Autistici’s work incorporates a wide range of sources including textural sound design, […]

Amplifier Machine

Amplifier Machine began in 2002 with James Dixon (Swordfish, Supagroop, James Dixon) on guitar/Korg/ piano, Seth Rees (The Spheres,This Is Your Captain Speaking,I Want A Hovercraft, Seth Rees) on drums/violin/samples/piano/ guitar and Alex Jarvis (Automatic,Black Cab,Registered Nurse, Alex Jarvis) on guitar/drums, with the intention of combining their songwriting talents. Something about getting three solo artists […]

Savvas Ysatis

A native of Athens Greece, Savvas Ysatis began with a fascination for synthesizers at the turn of the 80’s. Inspired to pursue his own electronic identity, at age 15 he left Athens for New York where he remained until the late 90’s. His work both solo and in collaboration has appeared on labels such as […]

Steve Roden

Steve Roden is a visual and sound artist from los angeles. His work includes painting, drawing, sculpture, film/video, sound installation, and performance. Roden’s working process uses various forms of specific notation (words, musical scores, maps, etc.) and translates them through self invented systems into scores; which then influence the process of painting, drawing, sculpture, and […]

Steve Peters

Steve Peters was born in the San Francisco Bay Area and raised in the suburbs of southern California. He graduated from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, where he studied music composition, worked at KAOS-FM, and played in rock bands. He wrote for OP Magazine and other publications, and with Rich Jensen produced Snapshot […]