Aerosol may be the single alias of Rasmus Rasmussen, a Danish electronic musician and guitarist whose music mixes IDM and ambient music with atmospheric post-rock. Rasmussen was an associate of Limp (along with Jakob Skøtt of Syntaks and Jonas Munk aka Manual), a post-rock supergroup who released one record on Morr Music (Orion, 2002), and afterwards morphed into stoner rock and roll behemoth Causa Sui. As Aerosol, Rasmussen debuted in 2001 using a self-titled 12″ EP over the French digital label Active Suspension system, followed by an electronic EP over the Danish netlabel Datamusik. His initial full-length record, All THAT’S Solid Melts into Surroundings, premiered as a restricted CD-R on Unlabel. The album’s downtempo, clicky beats and sparse however warm atmospheres normally attracted the interest of n5MD, house to very similar downtempo IDM/post-rock performers such as for example Bitcrush and Lighting Out Asia, as well as the label agreed upon Rasmussen, launching his second record as Aerosol, Airborne, in ’09 2009. The record maintained the tranquil tempos and soothing atmospheres of his debut, but acquired a fuller sound, with an increase of using both acoustic guitars and hazy guitar reviews. All THAT’S Solid Melts into Surroundings was re-released by n5MD in 2011. Four years afterwards, the label released Keep, Aerosol’s Krautrock/kosmische-inspired third LP.