As Clone, he was a founding member of the now-defunct Mediacore collective, which organized low-brow experimental and hardcore electronic music events in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
His “glitchcomassault” is now more laptop than effect pedal based, but can still include lo-fi sounds such as those from (micro)cassette machine noise and field recordings, metallic folk instruments collected on his (not so) recent trip to the Himalayas, and walkie-talkies. Under various namese has done seven European tours and opened for artists such as Antoni Maiovvi, Aranos, Capslock, Kelly Churko, Crank Sturgeon, Empusae, Goatsblood, Hecate, Wouter Jaspers, Jason Kahn, Mecha/Orga, Open Performance Orchestra, Oscillating Innards, Pan Sonic, Dave Phillips, Oscillating Innards, Praying for Oblivion, Pulse Emitter, The Rita, Scant Intone, Sistrenatus, and synapscape.
The name has sonic and symbolic meaning, and is a common experience for this (former) graveyard shift worker.
Edited by wulverstane on 3 May 2011, 20:29
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- Colin Hendry (2004 - )
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