Biochip C’s Martin Damm is a Frankfurt-based single artists employed in the experimental techno, acidity, and electro blood vessels, issuing 12-in . and full-length produces through such organizations of dancefloor exploration while Push Inc., Mille Plateaux, Monotone, Analog, and his personal Anodyne label. Even though the lion’s share of this work offers appeared beneath the Biochip name, he also splits a great deal of concentrate between two additional projects — Rate Freak (experimental techno and gabber), Stage IV (hardcore), Search & Destroy (gabber), and Subsonic 808 (home). He’s also documented as R.We.C. and Metal for Push Inc. subsidiary Mille Plateaux, merging the complicated rhythmic foundation of his additional, harder-edged produces with components of ambient and commercial. Damm was affected early on from the Chicago acidity scene connected with artists such as for example Robert Armani, DJ Pierre, Armando, and Marshall Jefferson and brands such as for example Chicago Traxx and Drop Bass Network (the second option by which Damm offers released materials as Rate Freak), and far of his function utilizes the personal acid warble from the 303. During 1995-96, Damm became mostly of the experimental dancefloor performers employed in breakbeat types of acidity and techno, with a solid electro impact in proof on EPs for Push Inc. (“Kaori”), Analog (“Tres Amigos en Acidity”), and Anodyne (“Moldiver,” “Musik Ohne Eire”). The entire album Breakdown made an appearance in past due 1998.