Norwegian producer and musician Helge Sten began dark ambient task Deathprod in 1991, using the release of a restricted self-released cassette. His terrifying debut recording, Treetop Drive, found its way to 1994, showcasing his skill for creating bleak, haunted scenery with acoustic tools and innovative homemade creation techniques. Imaginary Tracks from Tristan da Cunha adopted in 1996, offering 30-minute choral exploration “The Contraceptive Briefcase II.” In 1998, Deathprod collaborated with Norwegian ambient techno pioneer Biosphere (Geir Jenssen) to get a split Compact disc of reinterpretations of functions by Norwegian composer Arne Nordheim. Released in 2004, Morals and Dogma was Deathprod’s most acclaimed function yet, merging his dark ambient textures with brooding strings, harmonium, and musical noticed. Deathprod reprised his cooperation with Biosphere in 2015, once the duo released another split recording, Stator. While Sten’s discography as Deathprod is bound, he continues to be highly prolific like a maker, engineer, and collaborator, especially as an associate of Supersilent and Motorpsycho. Sten collaborated with Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones in 2014, beneath the task name Minibus Pimps.