‑otron is Adam Jansch's non-vocal electronic studio project, formulated around a mix of sampling and sound synthesis which suggests a flavour of atmospheric electronics tinged with a rhythm of trip hop. Within its sonic walls you may hear strains of Boards of Canada, DJ Shadow and Portishead....
Dorian Zoyd bursts onto the scene, picking up the mantle from Lost Zoyd, presenting a self-styled mesh of Technist Pop, Progressive Electronic and Ambient Ballad which muses on the technological trappings of contemporary life.
Laptop improvisation group HELOpg was established in 2009 as the postgraduate arm of HELO – the Huddersfield Experimental Laptop Orchestra, run by Scott Hewitt – and was active between 2009-2012, playing gigs between London and Ulverston.
HELOpg's preferred format was straight-up freeform impr...
Lost Zoyd (originally The Lost Zoyd) was the successor to Adam Jansch's rev forty. From the outset the new project had a significant emphasis on narrative, a focus that led to 2007's story-as-album debut Death/Rebirth.
It would be almost six years before a follow-up appeared: EP Threshold...
At the end of 2003 Adam Jansch established Hydletts Zoo as a vessel for his more experimental work. To this date, Hydletts Zoo has released one album, 2004's Max/MSP-conceived Passage Through Mysterious. While the project has been dormant for some time, Jansch has plans to revive Hydletts Zoo in...
rev forty was the first vessel for Adam Jansch's fledgling interest in computer-based music creation. The project garnered three albums: The Day Stars Collide (2001), Conquering Green Mountain (2001) and one certain dark (2002).
rev forty's sound was created primarily around a Korg MS2000 s...
Son of legendary guitarist Bert Jansch, Adam grew up around music and has been practising it in one way or another since a young age. Piano lessons were a first step to learning music, followed by taking up bass guitar, an instrument Adam has stuck with to this day.
Stints in school bands 77th C...