Sampler – Plastic Anger

2010 – compilation of Aeroplastic Voice Aeroplastic Voice was my first musical moniker. I wrote my first songs in mid to late 1989 and they hit the master tape in 1990. I started making music that probably belonged in 1980, graduated to EBM Industrial and then added grittier aspects as Hard Core and Grunge took…

Symphony From The Sewer

1999 – album as Aeroplastic Voice no cover ever finalized The symphony idea I started playing with on Methods Of Transport reappeared here in a twisted way. This whole album came about in irony and twisted intentions. I was tracked down by a fan of my Vector album who was running a local radio show…

Themes For An Unknown Concept

1995 – album as Aeroplastic Voice New Age music wasn’t working out for me, not because I didn’t enjoy it but because people said that what I did was too dark, like film music or Pink Floyd. They wanted dolphins and pan flutes and I just don’t have that in me. So not sure what…

The Line On

1992 – album as Aeroplastic Voice This was a hard album for me to write. I had so many ideas but didn’t really have the skills to get them out the way I wanted. Also the musical landscape had changed so much around me. Suddenly RAP, Rave and Grunge owned the airwaves and so much…

Vector

1991 – album as Aeroplastic Voice The title came from my readings on germ warfare during The Museum Action project. A vector is the method by which a germ is passed to a victim. I took the concept of a vector to be a carrier of ideas and even culture and merged it with my concerns over organized religion. My sound on this album…

The Museum Action

1991 – album as Aeroplastic Voice This started as a band project with Andrew Kuepper (brother of Ed from the The Saints) and Kat Trautweiler under the name of The Museum Action. We only worked together long enough to complete one song “Flags On Bodies” before it was just me again. I decided to keep…

Machine Room

1991 – album as Aeroplastic Voice This was my first full length album and shows me broaden my style from simple New Wave into EBM Industrial directions. Technocrat from the Tubeway EP gets a re-working. In the liner notes I thanked “the machines” which is the first reference I make to machines as though they…