November 2020

I am working on a new project called Kartio, for insekt elektronix. Tapes comin up.

Out now:

SM/DP: Plasmasynthesis LP
(Huge Bass Records // HB020)

SM/DP - Plasmasynthesis

Second album, LP edition of 100 on Huge Bass Records.
Get it from hugebass.bandcamp.com

Electromicroscopic deconstruction of time-space.
The sonic trip is like falling backwards into dark waters, disintegrating into smaller parts and getting filtered through the bottom sands into the shifting seismic infralayers of a timeless earth.

Graphics are provided by Pink Twins, recycling outerworldly visions of
their video synthesis piece “Parametronomicon” (2016) and the
silkscreened cover prints are made at Primeval Vision in Oulu.

Out now:

Umpio - MolesterolNew album on Freak Animal records. Junk electronix evolved regression.

Out Soon:

Curtis Roads / Todd Barton –CD

Curtis Roads / Todd Barton reissue!

Due to ongoing demand:
Expanded reissue of this cassette release from 2016. All the original material, of course, but also an exclusive Todd Barton remix/re-work of Roads’s source material.

The original cassette-only release featured a noisy and pontillistic version of a new piece by professor Roads, a spiraling train crash bordering on harsh noise… and Krell music by Barton: outerworldly space contemplations, with a touch of a distant future from a parallel past.

Todd Barton is a tireless Buchla educator and synthesis explorer from Oregon.
Curtis Roads is a pioneer of granular synthesis and algorithmic composition from California.

Both are legendary figures of electronic music and I’m super proud to present this release to the world.



Taklamakan vs Umpio CD
Already out in July 2020… Reissue CD of Taklamakan vs Umpio LP  via Narcolepsia and White Centipede Noise. Original run of 100 x LP in 2014 via A Dear Girl Called Wendy records. No remaster, no bonus… Just classy noise junk archeology.

4 way CD of contemporary junk abuse, power electronics, doomsday drones, and tape noise.
Available from the artists, later from the usual suspects.
Check out the preview:

Grateful to my friend Pete Hissa, a.k.a Pate Hirssi. The most badass drummer i ever played with. See you on the other side.

For available Umpio releases please contact Freak Animal Records .

There’s no scene like no scene!