Randolph Chabot, an indie electronica maker from Sterling Levels, Michigan, produces music under a number of monikers, probably the most acclaimed which is Deastro. Chabot started producing music as a teenager, and after leaving the Detroit region for a couple of years to attend university, he moved back into the cellar of his parents’ home, where he centered his studio room. His first launch to garner significant acclaim was Youthful Planets/Period the Teenage Twister (2007), a dual recording co-billed to Deastro and another of his monikers, Our Sibling the Megazord. In the publication Actual Detroit, regional critics Jeff Milo and Thomas Matich announced Young Planets/Period the Teenage Twister among a common albums of the entire year. The next year’s Keepers, an electronic album unique to eMusic, was also acclaimed, especially in the music blogosphere, where it had been a preferred among many. Also in 2008, Chabot connected his Deastro moniker with Ghostly International, an indie digital label located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, producing his label debut around the Ghostly Swim compilation with “Light Driven.” Determined to consider Deastro to another level, Chabot extended his electro-pop sound with a complete music group for his following album, as well as the dream fiction-based Moondagger adopted in ’09 2009.