e:4c are H. Vasconcelos and J. Correia, a laptop duo from Porto, Portugal, and they build skyscrapers made of heavy pre and post-processed field recordings, cable static and general software sound generation.
Takeshi Nakamura has been influenced in the past by techno-pop acts like Yellow Magic Orchestra, Kraftwerk, and by hip-hop (Public Enemy, Run DMC) and now by artists who create acoustic experiments with digital signal processing. He's involved in the netaudio scene and produced releases for netlabels like Zymogen, Mimi and Neureal.
Pizo Meyer was born in 1969 in Houston, Texas. After relocating back to Houston in 1999, he came up with his solo project moniker Phoenelai using a random word generator. His experimental, drone, ambient project was first noticed by the German label Retinascan and released his single PhoenSND EP.
AMBIENT, EXPERIMENTAL and NOISE collective of four anonymous artists from different countries (Russia, Moldova, Belgium...).
Elín Anna Steinarsdóttir (Reykjavík, Iceland) was introduced to her father's analogue equipment at the early age of 6, and she quickly gained intuition for it. Raised in a family of musicians, she was since then determined to continue the age-old tradition.
David Velez (aka Lezrod) is a sound artist / composer from Bogotá, Colombia, currently living in NYC. David has been publishing with netlabels from France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Argentina and Mexico since 2005.
There are at least 2 artists named CD-R: 1. Moscow avant-garde composer Nikita Golyshev (CD-R) is well known as a deep experimentalist, making micronoise and electroacoustic music that is in the cutting edge of any spotless mind.
Siegmar Fricke started his first musical experiments in 1981 using tape-recorders and shortwave-radio signals to create collages of musique-concrète that has been recorded on various cassettes. After intense activities in the European tape-scene between 1985 and 1993 Siegmar Fricke founded the project Efficient Refineries together with Miguel A.