Highpersonic Whomen was born around 2001 and originally included Tommi Sirkiä (Haltya, Headphonics) and Jürgen Sachau (Haltya). Their thought with this project was to experiment with more mainstream and clubbish sound than their other bands but without forgetting the psychedelic undercurrent. Their aim was to produce popular and easy to listen progressive trance.

Outolintu started later to fly with his solo project, but Tommi wanted to continue with the project on those lines in which Highpersonic Whomen was build up. Make Louhio (Kiwa, Headphonics) joined the forces and the experiments in digital sound continued. Bringing his own style and vibe to Highpersonic Whomen the sound of the duo evolved more in to housey soundscapes.

The duo has released tracks on such labels as Novatekk, Twisted Records, U.S.T.A, Digital Structures and Com.Pact. Records. Their debut album Alternative Energysource was released on 2002 and was acclaimed by many trance critics to be the best album of the year. Since then the name of Highpersonic Whomen has been seen in flyers around the world in the countries like Israel, Russia and Brazil.

Highpersonic Whomen will release their second album in April 2007. The new album Push The Limit will take listeners further in to the world of evolving progress of the fusion of techno, breakbeat, house and trance.

Edited by darkgnome on 11 Jul 2009, 08:04

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