Updated 10 Apr 2000
The .XM files that you can download on my music pages are created with Fast Tracker II. It's not the most common format for all you non-musicians out there, but luckily there are some pretty user-friendly players available on the 'net.
When it comes to techno I tend to listen to many different styles, from the melodic goa by Man With No Name and Astral Projection to the German happy hardcore by Blümchen. The Greek composer Vangelis has also enriched my musical mind a lot with his hypnotically soothing new-age compositions. Recommended!
We produced one demonstration (think of it as a music video with computer graphics) during those years, and that was about it. We started worked on it in January '96, and finished it somewhere in June the same year. The demo, "Soft", placed 2:nd in a competition at a local demoparty called Remedy. (You can find the soundtrack to the demo on the '96 music page.)
I joined the American, Texas-based musicgroup called Nebula in late 1996, and I'm still a member of it.
It's a pretty non-exciting story, belonging to a pretty non-exciting, (but pretty unique, mind you!), name. Many years ago, a friend of mine invented it at school, when we wanted name tags for our painting class. It has been my nick since then.
And no, I don't favor the PKZip or anything so... (...quit those damn CyberARJ/RAR/LHA jokes!!