Australian experimental digital music composer Ben Frost was created in 1980 and was raised in Melbourne, influenced by an array of music from traditional minimalism to punk rock and dark metal, aswell as sound art and design. In 2001, he self-released his debut EP, Music for Sad Kids, that was well-received and resulted in an recording release, Metal Wound, in 2003 on Lawrence English’s acclaimed Space 40 label. The recording was made up of treated classical guitar recordings manufactured in the desolate Australian outback, coupled with field recordings by British, and was warmly received from the world-wide ambient community. In 2005, Frost emigrated from Australia, a nation where he later on stated he “hardly ever really felt in the home,” and relocated to Iceland, where he created the label/collective Bedroom Community with fellow experimentalists Valgeir Sigurðsson and Nico Muhly. Frost after that began to develop what would become thought to be his signature design: densely made up, incredibly visceral, loud music made up of electric guitars, consumer electronics, and chamber strings. His debut for Bedroom Community was the extremely acclaimed Theory of Devices in 2007, accompanied by the a lot more vicious From the Throat in ’09 2009. As the collective grew, Frost performed on and manufactured many albums by his fellow performers, and in addition became infamous for his brutally noisy, unlit live shows. This year 2010, he was chosen to become mentored for the calendar year by Brian Eno within the Rolex Mentors & Protégés Effort. The effect was the 2011 record Sólaris, a soundtrack of kinds to Andrei Tarkovsky’s traditional sci-fi film, commissioned with the Unsound Celebration in Kraków and constructed alongside fellow Bedroom Community musician Daníun Bjarnason. Frost branched out into various other soundtrack use his ratings for the Australian emotional drama movies In Her Epidermis and Sleeping Beauty, the last mentioned which screened in competition on the 2011 Cannes Film Celebration and was extremely critically acclaimed. Frost spent the majority of 2012 in the Democratic Republic of Congo, documenting the bloody issue there with video musician Richard Mosse for an audio-visual artwork set up that was exhibited on the 2013 Venice Biennale. While he was there, he also composed music for a fresh record. In 2013, he agreed upon to Mute and proceeded to go about recording the brand new record with Greg Fox, Shahzad Ismaily, and Swans drummer Thor Harris. Motivated in part with a like of African music he previously discovered from Eno, the recording was seriously percussive, as thick as his previously work but much less noisy and even more purely digital. Entitled Aurora, it had been scheduled for launch in-may 2014 and was preceded from the solitary “Venter.” That year’s Variant EP included remixes from the music by Evian Christ and HTRK, and also other reworkings by Kangding Ray and Regis. Frost came back in 2016 after having aimed his first theatre production, an version from the The Wasp Manufacturer by Iain Banking institutions, which he also made up the rating for. The rating contains Frost’s personal minimalistic and experimental drone use string sections, aswell as incorporating prominent usage of sound made to encapsulate the visceral character from the show’s tale. Bedroom Community released Frost’s The Wasp Stock close to the end of 2016.