• acid + sci-fi + bass + techno + time travel + ambient + future + watchyostep + abandoned house
    Exillon aka Jay Fields began playing drums at 12, was hooked on guitar by 13, started fiddling around with a bass at 15, and then his family got their first computer. He played drums with a band for 4 years, but a need to have absolute control over every aspect of his music propelled him into solo electronic work. At age 16 his friends Alex & Jesse introduced him to a simple, sample based sequencer called Impulse Tracker that was being used amongst the demo scene. Curiosity quickly evolved into a disturbing infatuation. And his dedication shows with the elegance of his music. Releases on Ad Noiseam, Detroit Underground, Tigerbeat6, Zod Records, Puzzling Records, Terminal Dusk and Component Records demonstrates his dedication to perfection, and is indicative of great things to come…

    Selected discography

    EP 01 (12") - Zod Records - 2003 Prequiem (CD, Album) - Component Records - 2005 The Keening Dithers (CD, Album) - Ad Noiseam - 2006 A Bit Young For You EP (12", EP, Ltd) - PuZZling Records - 2006 It's OK To Dance (CD, Album) - Ad Noiseam - 2008 Mean Rich Mud (EP, Digital) - Detroit Underground - 2010