In Boulder, CO in 1991: The moniker 'Net Noise' was both a login name on a VAX/VMS cluster, and a DJ name for the University of Colorado's student-run radio station, KUCB (now KVCU). Net Noise developed an all-electronic music specialty show named 'Transmission-X' and sought to expose the traditionally alt-rock listening audience to a wide spectrum of electronic music.
In 1993 he founded the label SDS Productions, initially as a platform for recordings of 'Transmission-X', but later as a vehicle for locally produced abstract electronic music.
After relocating to Austin Texas in 1995, Net Noise was revived as a club DJ. Meanwhile, styles and genres came and went while the original SDS vision provided focus: Net Noise's industrial and EBM sets frequently included trance, techno, IDM, and drum & bass styles in a unified framework that openly challenged the conventions of the time.
In 1999, Net Noise was retired. Search: 0x86 to continue…
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