The co-founder, chief composer, and leader of Belgian gothic music group Univers No, Daniel Denis revealed a far more sensitive side on two solo albums — Sirius as well as the Spirits and Les Eaux Troubles — throughout a hiatus in the band in the first ’90s. As the albums maintained the acoustic/electrical strategy of Univers No, Denis coaxed a number of textures from a mixture of synthesized keyboards and percussion, supplemented by way of a variety of tools — including clarinet, saxophone, cello, recorder, and bass — performed by his sidemen. As well as guitarist Roger Trigaux, Denis created Univers No in 1977. While their 1st two albums — 1313, released in 1977, and Heresie, released 2 yrs later — had been mainly acoustic and presented violin, viola, cello, bassoon, harmonium, spinet, bass, acoustic guitar, and percussion, their third outing, Ceux du Dehors, released in 1980, positioned greater focus on the usage of electrical instrumentation. The music group pursued a far more electrified strategy on Uzed in 1984 and Heatwave in 1986. Briefly disbanding a yr later on, the group reunited in the past due ’90s, releasing a fresh recording, The Hard Pursuit, in 1999. With Denis securely in the helm, Univers No continuing issuing albums (all within the Cuneiform label) through the pursuing decade, including Rhythmix (2002), Implosion (2004), Live (2006), and Clivages (2010).