The solo guise of multifaceted artist Ren Schofield, Box became among avant-garde electronic label Range Spools’ most intriguing artists. The Nashville, Tennessee maker released his 1st LP — basically entitled LP — on John Elliot’s (Emeralds) curated Editions Mego offshoot label. A mind-warping crunch of consumer electronics, smashed techno loops, and distortion pass on over simply five paths, LP was a visceral assault for the senses and earned Schofield crazy acclaim and applause in 2011. He quickly adopted this with another recording — again called LP — in 2012. Documented on Labor Day time weekend 2012 in Providence, Rhode Isle, it had been a darker and even more cohesive affair than its forerunner. EPs on Morphine Information and Liberation Systems followed, and Range Spools released Container’s third recording — just as before bearing the name LP — in 2015. Recalling famous brands D.A.F., Cosmetic surgeon, and Legowelt, Box became probably one of the most thrilling “avant-techno” performers to emerge through the latter-2000s’ digital underground picture and, most of all, he was the main one who could actually pack a punch and make a enduring impression.