I have been producing electronic music since 2011 and since then I've been working on a range of progressive and fullonish sounds with a pinch of night elements. Lately developed a quite peculiar style mixing progressive sonorities with darker influences to create a unique live set for transitions from lighter afternoons into faster nights (as well as merging dark nights into bright mornings on the other way round.
Inveterate doodler, at some point around 2014 I've also started drawing abstract figures using a simple black point pen - then soon many of them. Both hobbies grew together as I was drawing whenever exporting or going through long sessions of my music mixing. It was like the sounds have started to drip from the speakers into the paper giving form to weird psychedelically contoured stains.
When I felt it was way too atrocious to split the sounds and the draws apart, I decided to put them together so they can forever happily live near one another packed on Stardust Beings. Then when working to put them together, I have digitalised the drawings and started to mess around with them experimenting with different softwares until sticking with Mandelbulb3D for the amazing fractals that could be extracted from the drawings.